Aubree Slade handed her 86-year-old grandmother a brand-new Personal Progress book. “I want you to do it with me,” she said.
“I can’t do it, I can’t do it,” were Phyllis Slade’s, Aubree’s grandmother’s, first thoughts. “I’m 86 years old, don’t get me into something like this.”
Aubree, 14, a member of the Mountainville 1st Ward in Alpine, Utah, had been challenged with the other young women in her ward to invite a friend or family member to join them in completing the Personal Progress program. Aubrey knew she wanted to ask her grandmother, who had never done the program before, to participate.