(Olive Garden + Soviet Aparments = Stucco McMansion)
As I drive by King Benjamin's Court I think, "'Hmmm, I wonder if King Benjamin would really be all that cool with his name being used to christen a housing development for upwardly mobile suburbanites?' 'King Benjamin is a character from the Book of Mormon who taught all about giving everything we can to help and support God's children because nothing we really have belongs to us, but is really a loan from God.'" On the upside, after a busy day of writing briefs and trying to keep people in jail, driving by King Benjamin's Court is sometimes the only time I think about the Book of Mormon; it reminds me to always be thankful for what I have and share as much as I can with others. It also sometimes makes me think a bunch of snarky things about who ever lives in King Benjamin's Court in their monstrous houses, but then I have to repent.
In other news, Merry and I are moving to Nevada in a month or so.