While discussing with someone who was getting a divorce I used the phrase “prelude to love.” I liked the phrase so I worked it into a poem. It reminds me of a song Reba would sing. Am I wrong?
I am a fool.
I thought we had forever.
I thought it was love.
I thought we were together. Continue reading
I write every day for at least 20 minutes. Or, at least, I set aside 20 minutes a day to write. Sometimes there’s a tad more day dreaming or Facebooking than actual writing. At any rate, I fill up little notebooks fairly quickly at that rate. I usually go through those notebooks to fill up this blog. I figure as long as I have thoughts written down in the books I’ll keep up this blog even though I don’t get a lot of views. Sometimes when I go to the books to fill in my little blog the pickins are a bit slim. Not every thought is worth sharing. Continue reading
by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
This belonged to one of the major themes I picked up on the last conference. A conference watcher usually picks up on themes needed most in his or her life. This was no different. Continue reading
By the end of the month, I have gone through my blog and have scheduled selected previous posts on my Facebook page. I meticulously (or randomly) go through each year since 2011 and choose which posts to re-share. It’s a rather silly and tedious chore to do for very little payoff. Continue reading
What we all search for.
Always wanting more. Continue reading
No explanation necessary, right? Continue reading
by Elder D. Todd Christofferson
Food is necessary for our survival. We consume it and it becomes energy for our bodies. The right kind of food sustains us and helps us grow. Without nutritious food our bodies become weak and sick. Continue reading
According to my handy-dandy online calculator, there are only 182 days until June 1. Continue reading
If I had more focus
there’s no doubt
I could get a little more done
and work it all out. Continue reading