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A New Year’s Tradition

I know you're looking at that picture of Christmas stockings and wondering what in the world that has to do with a New Year's tradition, right?  Well, stay with me for a minute while I tell you how I experienced a great, unique New Year's tradition that I think you'll LOVE as much as I do!  When I was a teenager, my friend, Christine, invited me over for New Year's Eve to hang out all ... Read More about A New Year’s Tradition

When the Prophet Came to Town: A Visit from President Nelson

A few months ago, it was announced in sacrament meeting that President Nelson, Elder Bednar, and Elder Ochoa and their wives would be coming to town to do an evening devotional at the Alamodome.  While there wasn’t a big burst of sound following the announcement (it was sacrament meeting, after all), there was a quiet murmur of excitement and you could feel it in the air.  What an ... Read More about When the Prophet Came to Town: A Visit from President Nelson

Honey Mustard Recipe

I love sauces!  My husband would tell you I could drink them straight from the bottle/bowl or however they're served.  I don't actually do that . . . well, not on a regular basis!  This honey mustard recipe is a favorite of mine!  There was this pizza place called Ledo's that we loved to go to when we lived in Maryland.  They had great pizza but they also had chicken ... Read More about Honey Mustard Recipe

4 Simple Ways to Prepare for Home-Centered, Church-Supported Gospel Learning

When the change to reduce the hours at church and move to a home-centered, church-supported way of doing things were announced, I was ecstatic!  A few weeks before, I had been frustrated by the lack of time & energy I had after church on Sunday to be fully engaged and teaching my children.  So, even though I know it has been in the works for quite some time before being announced, it ... Read More about 4 Simple Ways to Prepare for Home-Centered, Church-Supported Gospel Learning