Posted in November 2009

Bountiful Nativity a Work of Art

Residents of Temple View Drive in Bountiful City, Utah have a special love for Christmas, and they have found a special way to share it. The creation of a progressive Neighborhood Nativity started taking shape over a year and a half ago, when neighbors were thinking about holiday decoration ideas……[this post includes an exclusive sneak peak video!] Continue reading

A 29 second Thanksgiving

A 29 second Thanksgiving

The ever-clever and fun-loving creators of WordPress.com have come up with a creative way to commemorate the Thanksgiving holiday. All WP Bloggers have been invited to participate in a little Thanksgiving video contest. The challenge is to express our gratitude in 30 seconds or less. Whether I win a prize or not, my reward has already arrived; the blessing of counting my blessings! So, with no further ado, here is MoSop’s “creative video interpretation on the topic of [giving thanks]”…in 29 seconds! Continue reading

Happy ThanksGiving!

Happy ThanksGiving!

Another wonderful video from Mormon Messages has arrived just in time for our annual Thanksgiving holiday. Enjoy watching, and then please share a quick comment about what YOU are thankful for today!

A Blogging Toddler

This month ‘Mormon Soprano’ turned 2 years old! It’s hard to believe our little baby has grown into a full-fledged toddler. It seems like just yesterday she was too small for any search engine recognition. Now, her posts often make the top ten on a Google Search, while other bloggers ping and track-back. She has even been recognized by a few professional news feeds.

It’s interesting to be the parent of a toddler. As many of you have experienced, every day with a two-year-old is definitely a new adventure! According to experts, here is some advice for raising the toddler blog… Continue reading

Honoring The Greatest Generation

Today America commemorates Veterans Day. This is a day to formally honor those who have served our country, in all branches of our Armed Forces. It is a day to remember those who are currently serving, those who are veterans, and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. When I left for work this morning, I got a lump in … Continue reading