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Frozen Twice As Nice With Mormons On Ice

Frozen Twice As Nice With Mormons On Ice

There’s a special little “FROZEN” place in everyone’s hearts these days for the music from Disney’s latest animated release. Of particular note is the hit song sensation “Let It Go” which is getting a lot of extra play time these days. The beautiful Ice castles in Midway, Utah are also getting some nice International popularity … Continue reading

Why America Should Rebuild the Berlin Wall

Why America Should Rebuild the Berlin Wall

Originally posted on Seth Adam Smith:
Whether or not we choose to admit it, relations between Russia and America are rapidly deteriorating into a new Cold War. Don’t believe me? Look at all of the signs: accusations of espionage, clashes over the Syrian conflict, the Edward Snowden affair, tension over Gay Rights, Russia’s anti-America adoption…

Under His Wings

Under His Wings

Today marks the 8th anniversary of the death of my best friend’s husband. Val was only 52 years and 4 days old when he too-suddenly and tragically left this earth. Each year, the first week of February marks the painful reminder of his loss to his wife and children. Continue reading

Everything Speaks His Name

Everything Speaks His Name

My beautiful friend and master-musician Shawna Belt Edwards has done it again! Here is her latest song and video for you to enjoy; “Everything Speaks His Name”. This new Christian music video by Shawna Belt Edwards is about God’s creations. Performed by Jessie Clark Funk. With Continue reading

On This Day Of Life

On This Day Of Life

Today I will begin my week of Giving Thanks with gratitude for the gift of life. Here’s a mind-boggler to ponder; If we could truly comprehend the vast eternal plan of heaven, our entire lifetime will only appear as a day of our existence. “For behold, this life is the time for men to prepare … Continue reading

Time To Stop Sitting At Bethesda

Time To Stop Sitting At Bethesda

Today was a hard day for Daughter A. She felt ill, and completely exhausted. After her “marathon” miracle yesterday, who can blame her? So, she rested in her hospital bed most of the day, and tried not to feel too discouraged. Before going back to the hospital to visit with her, I tried to get some … Continue reading

Living Isaiah 40:31- Our Miracle

Living Isaiah 40:31- Our Miracle

Today marks day 10 of hospitalization in Neuro Rehab for Daughter A. Fifteen days ago she was suddenly unable to walk or move her legs. After ruling out all the major scary stuff that could be causing it, the doctors determined that the pathway between her brain signals and her legs was “blocked”, and would … Continue reading

Not Everything Can Be Fixed In A Microwave

Not Everything Can Be Fixed In A Microwave

Last night after coming home late, and being tired and hungry I looked in the kitchen to see what I could cook quick and easy that would still taste good. I pulled out a new frozen food we had recently purchased. It was a Greek dish, and it looked delicious. I turned the package over for cooking directions but only found instructions for baking in a conventional oven… Continue reading

Every Hour

Every Hour

A beautiful hymn-prayer has been running through my mind a lot today. Hearing it, and singing it, always offers a sweet balm to a troubled heart, and provides gentle communion between my soul, and the Lord. In this special arrangement sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, it ends with a final whispered promise…”I Come To Thee”… Continue reading

Seasons

Seasons

One of my favorite things about living in Northern Utah is getting to experience four distinct seasons. Winter, Spring, Summer, and my favorite season of all…Fall. I have many fond memories of Fall seasons throughout my life; including meeting my husband in the Fall (at a Halloween party, actually), and we got engaged in the Fall … Continue reading

What The Mormon Temple Means To Me

What The Mormon Temple Means To Me

I consider one of the great treasures of my religion to be able to attend the Temple. In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints preparing for attendance in one of our Holy Temples, and then going back as frequently as possible, is a prime focus. I love going to the temple! I am … Continue reading

McKee Homecoming: Tennessee Nashville Mission

McKee Homecoming: Tennessee Nashville Mission

On Sunday Aug. 18th, 2013 we had the privilege of attending the homecoming and mission report of President William and Sister Ranae McKee. 2011-mckees-in-tennesseeThey recently returned from the Tennessee Nashville Mission where they served as leaders from July 2011 – July 2013. This was no ordinary homecoming. It was a miracle. Continue reading

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour 2013 Day 1: Ohio

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour 2013 Day 1: Ohio

Greetings from Shaumburg, Illinois! Having now survived a breakdown of my new laptop, a collapse of my new cell phone, and a major social-media-withdrawal-induced-panic attack of my mind, I am now eagerly climbing back into the blogosphere saddle to finally give you my Tour Updates! Here is the first of many to come: Continue reading

Be of Good Cheer and Do Not Fear

Be of Good Cheer and Do Not Fear

Every Monday morning I eagerly watch my “in-box” waiting for the arrival of a special email. For the past four months, and the next 14 more, this is my only weekly contact with our daughter “Sister A.”, who is serving as as a full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Regardless of … Continue reading