Monthly Archives: October 2019

Fall Trip to Utah: Royal Simulation 2019

  I’m still basking in the glow of memories from the Royal Simulation that I attended in Utah two weeks ago. We made a quick trip (as in four days) from AZ back to Utah, then back to AZ, so … Continue reading

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What Does “Speech Seasoned With Salt” Mean?

  In my recent Come, Follow Me study, I read this phrase from the Bible, in Colossians 4:6: “Let your speech be alway with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man.” What does that … Continue reading

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Becoming a New (Wo)man in Christ

  This song! I just discovered it, so blessedly, a few weeks ago.  It stirs up all sorts of joys in me. It sounds like Christmas, tastes like chocolate, and feels like I’m rolling around in a million dollars!  It … Continue reading

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Celebrating Heroween/All Saints’ Day

I absolutely loved General Conference! So many wonderful stories! My favorite stories were the two that Elder Gary Stevenson told. Both involved the innocence of children in not understanding true identity. In the first story, he said that he discovered … Continue reading

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Trip to Utah Oct. 2019

So it’s past midnight and I’m driving home (that is, riding in a car while someone else is driving, I promise I’m being safe!) from Utah after being there for not even all of two days. A sweet time was … Continue reading

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Life is an Epic Hero Journey

This was one of my favorite talks from the last General Conference. Elder Uchtdorf describes the Hero Journey on the Covenant Path, using The Hobbit as an example. So cool!

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Out of the Best Books: Classics We Enjoyed for August-September 2019

One of the reasons I love homeschooling so much is that it gives us an excuse to read so many classics. Here are the ones for August and September. As much as I loathe starting school in August, it does … Continue reading

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