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For Grandma

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

We love you Grandma!

A Little Archery goes a Long Way

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

Two weeks ago, I spent five days at Cub Scout Day Camp teaching archery to seven, eight, and nine year old boys.  My own archery experience began last year at Day Camp where I was a “walking leader.” As a walking leader, I was responsible for escorting a group of boys from activity to activity throughout […]

Revelation and Washing Socks

Sunday, June 15th, 2008

A friend of mine just gave birth to her third child about 3 months ago. She has a 4 year old, a 2 year old and a newborn. This is a common enough scenario and, as is also common, she is struggling to tend to her children and keep up with housework. As we were […]

Go Ahead, Freeze the Avocados

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

Below is the content from a message that was posted in an online Young Women’s group. I love avocados and, of course, any advice on storing food is always welcome. Hope you find these tips helpful for your avocados.
Ever since my husband’s doctor suggested avocados to promote good health, we’ve been on an […]

My Visit with “High School Musical: The Ice Tour” Cast

Saturday, May 24th, 2008

Disney’s High School Musical: The Ice Tour is in town this week and on Thursday three of the cast members were at the local Children’s museum. With the help of Sharpay, our Mia Maid consultant and the biggest High School Musical fan I know, I managed to have a very interesting chat with them.
Sandy Rucker, […]

Red Tomatoes… At Last

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Sometimes it seems like the Lord makes us wait until all hope seems lost before pouring out his blessings on us. I have been struggling to grow a garden in my less-than-ideal backyard. I was blessed to be able to build a primitive garden box and to have it filled with top-grade garden […]

Oh, What a Day!!

Saturday, March 29th, 2008

Today began with a service project at a local park. It was the first Elders Quorum Activity for a new EQ Presidency. We shoveled soil, cleaned up leaves and pruned trees. The kids and I spent most of the time gathering the clipped branches and piling them near the street for the […]

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