During a high school science class, we were asked to conduct an experiment. My partner and I chose to focus on the effects of words. It was a rather simple test. We took two seeds and planted them in separate containers. We made sure each received the same amount of nutrients – water and sun. Continue reading
I am the memory keeper
though I didn’t set out to be. Continue reading
Only you should set your priorities. But sometimes we let the demands of others set our pace. That is a sure way to burn ourselves out. Then what? Continue reading
Elder Gary B. Sabin
Not sure how many ways they can say it. It’s basically the same message of ‘how to be a disciple in our day and age.’ A handy reference guide for us. Continue reading
He dialed her number. Continue reading
“And to others it is given to have faith to heal.” – Doctrine and Covenants 46:20
I’ve been wallowing a bit. My bishop asked me to serve in the nursery at church. He firmly believes a “precious little one” has the power to heal a broken heart. I have my doubts. Especially when one of the precious little ones told me she doesn’t like my hair cut and that I have a big belly. Precious. Continue reading
I can’t take a compliment. Instead of just accepting it graciously I try to talk the person out of it or I wonder the why behind the expression. What I need to learn to do is just smile and say thank you. Continue reading
by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland
“‘Come as you are,’ a loving Father says to each of us, but He adds, ‘Don’t plan to stay as you are.'” Continue reading
You know that over/under debate that has been going on for years?
This is so ridiculous! When it comes to needing some toilet paper at the moment of requirement I don’t really care if it’s over or under. This is such a silly thing to waste time on.
There are more important matters in life.
Such as avoiding using the ugly fork in the drawer.
And eating Skittles the proper way.
I would never waste my time on the over/under utter silliness.
In a time not so long ago,
this story isn’t pretty
in a place called Sin City
because it felt like the wild west. Continue reading