Jamie has the best day ever! Mom makes her favorite breakfast, she's the first person on the bus and gets the best seat, she aces her spelling test, and hits a homerun at her softball game. How can it get any better than that!? As she kneels down to pray that night, she thanks her Heavenly Father for the best day ever and asks that the next day be just as good. A frazzled mom wakes her up the next morning, they're running late! Breakfast is rushed and not at all what she wants. It's raining, she gets in trouble at school, and her friends get mad at her at recess. When Jamie kneels to pray that night, she tells Heavenly Father all about her horrible day. But Heavenly Father shows her that her day wasn't as horrible in His eyes. He shows her that He saw all of the kind acts of service He saw her do. Through His view of her terrible day, she learns that "inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me.