Posted in June 2014

Yellowstone Wonders – Stress Free!

Yellowstone Wonders – Stress Free!

On Day 3 in Big Sky, Montana we decided to make the trek into Yellowstone National Park. Only 1 hour drive south of Big Sky Resort is the city of West Yellowstone – the Western gateway to America’s grand first National Park. So, we “geared up our loins with fresh courage” to take on what we assumed … Continue reading

Ousel Falls and A Pig Roast

Ousel Falls and A Pig Roast

We’ve had a busy and fun day here in Big Sky, Montana! Today we hiked to a stunning waterfall, discovered The Wrap Shack, explored the mountain meadow, went shopping in a little country store, and attended an authentic all-you-care-to-eat western Pig Roast at a dude ranch! Yup, pardner, we sure did. Continue reading

A Big Sky Summer

A Big Sky Summer

I’ve escaped to the mountains for a few days of rest and relaxation. There’s nothing like sitting by a mountain lake, breathing in pine scented air, communing with nature and watching some wildlife to soothe the weary soul. Our family started vacationing in Big Sky Montana twenty years ago. We’ve watched it transform from a sleepy little mountain … Continue reading

Father I Love You

Father I Love You

Today I am thinking of all the good fathers in my life, and how each one has made an incredible difference teaching, guiding and improving me. My war hero Grandpa Red, my long-suffering Daddy, my loving husband the kind father of our children, my uncles, my bishops and other church leaders, all of the Dad’s of my best friends, and of … Continue reading

Oh Yeah, That’s Why I Love To Run!

Oh Yeah, That’s Why I Love To Run!

This Saturday I’m going to attempt another Half Marathon! It’s not my first, and – hopefully! – it won’t be my last. Mr. Mo and I have made running one race a month our little “hobby”. But, I haven’t been preparing & training as well as I should for this one. I’ve been procrastinating going … Continue reading

The 5 Parables of Rain

The 5 Parables of Rain

Have you ever noticed that there are a lot of quotes and imagery surrounding rain? I was thinking about some of them today and how they apply to my life. They offer many positive messages to ponder.What can we learn from the rainy days or extended storms in our life? Continue reading

Does The Journey Seem Long?

Does The Journey Seem Long?

As far as I know, there have only been two recorded instances in LDS General Conference history when a singer performed a solo. The first solo occurred in 2009 when a Brazilian “mormon soprano” named Liriel Domiciano was invited by Pres. Gordon B. Hinckley to perform “I Know That My Redeemer Lives” with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir … Continue reading

One Day of Anything

One Day of Anything

What a difference a day can make. I have been pondering “life” a lot lately. My life, specifically. And, all of the lives that intersect and infinitely intertwine with mine [because life is definitely a team sport]. My life has been throwing me so many curve balls lately there’s been no time to duck and nowhere to … Continue reading