In which I discover that there are some things a Blendtec blender cannot blend.
Does anyone else feel like March was three years ago? Also, did anyone else notice how light my reading list was last month? You would think that with all the extra time at home that I would have read a ton more books. Turns out that eliminating commute time (and thus audiobook time) cuts my […]
I don’t know why such beauty can come of tragedy; I just know that sometimes it does. I don’t know why faith and hope are strengthened in the most trying times; I just know that they can be.
Hey y’all. I know one of the top questions on your mind is, “But what does dating look like during COVID-19?” I mean, we keep seeing people get engaged so I just guess they must be really good at ring toss. I hesitated to write this blog. Not for the reason you may think (ie. […]
If you’ve read my last two blog posts on the idea and the basis stats of the great set-up service experiment of 2015, you already have the gist and the kind of numbers and demographics I was working with. So let’s get down to how I went about setting people up. First, though, there must […]
A few weeks ago as I was reading in the Book of Mormon in 1 Nephi 17-18, my thoughts turned to ship building, as they do. Nephi and his family were living in a land they called Bountiful–because it was bountiful in fruit and wild honey and the Lord prepared things for them. Sounds nice […]
So this year I am trying to review books every month. One, because sometimes within 3 months I’ve already forgotten the gist of the book and my thoughts on it. (Sad, but true). Two, because I’m a cheater pants and for my goal of blogging every week, if I up the frequency of my books […]
The gospel of Jesus Christ was and is for all. In our efforts to share the gospel, if we want to create a welcoming place for others, we can first start by welcoming those already here among us, but who may not feel like they belong.