For family night last night we focused on D&C 18:10—"Remember the worth of souls is great in the sight of God." To help remind us of our worth (and to practice seeing each other as children of God), I had each of us write our names on a paper and then we passed those papers around in a circle, taking a minute or two to write something nice about each member of our family. Then the kids wanted to read their comments out loud, probably because we had to read Alexander's comments out loud for him to understand what they said.
When we got to Rachel and she began reading the comment I wrote for her I had to interrupt.
"...you're a peacekeeper and a mentor..." she read.
"Wait. What?!" I asked.
There were strict instructions to only write kind things. And that didn't sound very kind.
"Mom, you wrote this one!" Rachel said.
"I know but...what does it say?"
"It says: '...you're a peacekeeper and a mentor...'" she said, put a little break between each word for me.
"Oh!" I said, sighing in relief. "I thought you said, 'peacekeeper and dementor!'"
"Again..." Rachel said. "You wrote it."
"I know! But I wrote a lot of things!"
Anyway, we're very fortunate to have Rachel around as a peacekeeper.
And. A. Mentor.