All year long I shall think the words

And whisper them to you.

Then when I write them on my heart

You will know that they are true:


I may be red or blue or green,

On rainy days I’m often seen.

Sometimes you open me up wide;

Again, I travel at your side.

What am I?

An umbrella

What vegetable is like a sad story?
Onion. It makes you cry

What animal keeps the best time?
A watch dog

John: I added these figures 10 times.
Teacher: Good boy, John.
John: Here are the 10 answers.

How is a snowman like a box of cereal?
They both contain many flakes

Why is the figure 9 like a peacock?
Because it would be nothing without its tail

What is more amazing than a horse that counts?
A spelling bee

February 1, 1859: Deseret Alphabet

February 3, 1851: Brigham Young became governor of the territory of Utah.

February 4, 1847: Ship Brooklyn

February 7, 1841: Nauvoo Legion organized; Joseph Smith, lieutenant general.

February 8, 1910: Boy Scouts of America incorporated.

February 11: Thomas A. Edison, American inventor, 1847–1931.

February 12: Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the U.S., 1809–1865.

February 14: Valentine’s Day

February 17, 1834: First high council organized.

February 22: George Washington, 1st president of the U.S., 1732–1799

February 23: George Frederick Handel, German composer, 1685–1759.

February 24: Wilhelm Grimm, German writer, 1786–1859

February 25: Vietnam New Year

February 26: Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody), American scout, 1846–1917

The ship Brooklyn under the direction of Samuel Brannon left New England with 238 members of the Church aboard bound for California, February 4, 1847. (Illustrated by Jerry Thompson.)