Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Summer Wedding in the Family!

We recently had a wedding the family, of our niece/cousin, in the Salt Lake Temple. We had such a happy day together! What follows is a bunch of pictures from the beautiful day. My sister-in-law, the mother of the bride, … Continue reading

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Discount on Real Food for Busy People Ecourse- Register Now!

Have you yearned to learn how to fix more healthful foods for your family so you all eat better? Does that desire get drowned out by the realities of kids, driving to school, sports, lessons, and other activities, so that … Continue reading

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Three Gifts to Enliven Your Summer

Wow, I have had a full summer and it’s not even over. My kids have gone to various camps, we all went to a family reunion two weeks ago, I went to Idaho last week with my daughter, then we … Continue reading

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Happy Pioneer Day!

Today I honor my pioneer ancestors! I am standing in the picture above by a real covered wagon that was left at the home of my ancestors at Pipe Springs National Monument, Arizona. My maternal grandmother’s great-grandfather, Anson Perry Winsor … Continue reading

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Breakfast Smoothie that Keeps You Going Until Lunch

So while I was in Idaho last week my daughter and I stayed at my dh’s cousin’s home. Cousin Karen had prepared a veggie/fruit tray for us. I decided to use the watermelon chunks and grapes from the tray to … Continue reading

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Sweet Refreshment: How to Have a Gospel-Centered Education in Your Home

After my great adventure in Idaho last week I was happy to come back home. (These pictures are of my trip to Idaho and then what happened on Saturday night after I got home). Reentry was painful though as I … Continue reading

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BYU-I, We Love Thee!

Last week my daughter got a bee in her bonnet go observe classes at BYU-Idaho. We had taken the whole family there last AugustĀ on a tour to sell her on it for college, but it didn’t catch her fancy at … Continue reading

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