April is a bitter-sweet month for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The sweet is the gift of being able to sing for General Conference. The bitter is that we have to say farewell to so many of our beloved choir family members. It’s retirement season. Members of the Choir are allowed to serve for up to 20 years or until age …
A very good friend sent me a 200 year old poem today that rocked my world. So, naturally, I’m sharing it with you!
Looking for some new “wholesome family activities”? Check out what our family did last Saturday that involved a waterslide and a mountain of mud!
“‘Tis the season to be jolly!” Christmas is the season of giving, which is the very essense of the spirit of Jesus Christ – who’s birth we celebrate. What better opportunity to give kindness, and participate in a little “Smile Experiment”?
…”My Mother was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago. I don’t know what was worse – the diagnoses, the actual cancer, or the thought of having to watch my mother suffer, and possibly die from this dreaded disease” . . .
This post shares my experience participating in the 2010 Susan G. Komen “Race for the Cure” in Salt Lake City Saturday May 8, 2010 as a Mother’s Day Present. Be sure to Watch the Video I created with exclusive photos and video clips!
Conference Countdown Tip #6: Take Time To Give!
In Februrary 2009 a LDS high school Sophomore in Ozark, Missouri decided to start a very different kind of club with her two best friends. Read their story, and watch the inspiring video!