I've had a couple people request that I tell what happened when we got to church after Aaron got his good luck message from Heavenly Father. The truth of the matter is that I didn't post what happened because it was really a non-event in my life. Pretty typical stuff as far as it goes...
It was mother's day, and as usual we were racing to get to church on time. (I always mean to get there 10 minutes early so that we can sit reverently and prepare ourselves for the meeting, but you know how that goes 90% of the time...) We have a fairly large ward with a HUGE number of young children, so there was a really high probability that we would end up sitting by someone with young children. (I actually feel really bad for anyone without children who happens to end up sitting by my own little [adorable] 3-ring circus... I've thought a number of times that I should have little cards ready to pass out that apologize profusely to everyone in the vicinity of our little row, but I have yet to follow through on that particular idea)
Anyway, because the primary children would be singing during the meeting, I wanted to be up near the front, and since we got there right before the meeting started, there was a shortage of available seats. We ended up sharing a row with the bishop's family - they have 5 kids with one on the way (their oldest is 6, almost 7 yrs old); sitting behind us was a family with 5 kids (oldest is 9yrs with youngest being 1 year old twin boys); In front of us there was a small family (2 kids under 5yrs.) but they were down at the opposite end of the row, so no on e was actually sitting directly in front of us. Basically, Aaron was not reverent by any stretch of the imagination, but he was no more irreverent than usual. All in all, it was a pretty typical sacrament meeting.
He and his friend did get into a pinching, scratching, flicking, biting (biting was accused but unconfirmed) fight during primary opening exercises though - maybe that's what the "good luck" warning was for???