2023 Stittstrup Family Blog
Steve and I have been married a year. Woot. Woot. While looking back on events can paint a different picture than what may or may not have actually happened, I thought it would be fun to share some of my recollections of our wedding day, with a one-year-of-marriage perspective on them. Also, TL;DR for reals. […]
The books this year were heavily influenced by two factors: 1) dating and getting married 2) signing up for a free 30-day use of the Deseret Bookshelf app for something I needed for work and then forgetting to cancel said year-long membership.
A few days after Thanksgiving, they started arriving. A thing I cherish most dearly and love to adorn my walls with. My shrine. The Christmas cards. Also a few days after Thanksgiving, I started to wonder if this was something I should do, too. But a huge thanks to my 2020 self who already set […]
Our covenant experiences may not always be what we imagine or expect. They may be different than what others experience.
And our covenant journey—the path we are on that leads us home—is not exactly easy.
But the power and blessing of the covenants we make are what I find to be real and enduring.
I know I didn’t have to write this. And this year is different after all. For the newbies, this all started when I turned 30 and was still single and was tired of answering the oft-repeated, “I just don’t understand why you’re still single.” Because I knew why. Even though there was no reason why. […]
About Steve Steve grew up in the sweetest place on earth – Hershey, PA. He has 4 brothers and 3 sisters. He served a 2 year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Nevada Las Vegas West Mission. Steve graduated from BYU-Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and then […]