Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions

When I was a girl, we had Cheerio’s, eggs or oatmeal for breakfast. That was about it. When we got tired of hard-boiled eggs, we’d try scrambled or fried. Pancakes with bacon were a special treat and were reserved for the weekend when we had more time. Boy, times have...
The Growing Season

The Growing Season

It’s the growing season and I’ve just planted my seeds in our garden. What a thrill to watch something so small grow into something so miraculous and productive.   It’s also a week before my kids are out of school for the summer. I take a deep breath and feel a pang...
4 Secrets of Content Mothers

4 Secrets of Content Mothers

I started working when I was 14 years old. Unlike any part or full time job I’ve ever had, motherhood is a completely unique occupation.   Most mothers know that their work is important. Of course it is. It is a basic belief of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day...
Lead Me, Guide Me

Lead Me, Guide Me

There is a children’s song that has lines in the chorus: “Lead me, guide me, walk beside me, help me find the way. Teach me all that I must do to live with Him someday.” (I Am a Child of God) Finding ways to lead and guide children is the goal of parents in the Church...
Building a Masterpiece

Building a Masterpiece

Our family is in the planning stages of building a home. Since we remodeled our current home a few years ago, we have half an idea of what to expect. We are sure it will be exciting, but equally overwhelming. Every day a contractor will come to the job with the tools...
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