Category Archive: faith

KASH’S HOMECOMING VIDEO

There are really only a few days of absolute jubilation as a mother, and having a missionary come home after two years is definitely one of them! He’s a little skinnier than when… Continue reading

THE 5 S’S OF SUCCESS…IN SCHOOL AND IN LIFE

We can all agree that kids need direction.  This year as mine were heading out to school, I felt like they needed to have a vision of themselves succeeding, so I started thinking… Continue reading

SAM’S MISSION HOMECOMING – THE VIDEO

I love when Shey sends me links to her newest videos.. but this one was extra special!  I will treasure this day (and this video) forever!!  Thank you Shey! (To read the story… Continue reading

SAM’S MISSION HOMECOMING – THE STORY

I wasn’t going to cry. I wasn’t even feeling like crying, it was perfect!  My kids have watched me cry enough… when he left… when I got his first email… when we skyped… Continue reading

THE TITLE OF LIBERTY

Years ago, our little ward made a “Title of Liberty” and went as a group to hoist it on top of a hill overlooking our little town.  We all signed our names on… Continue reading

THOUGHTS ON GENERAL CONFERENCE

Well Spring Break just finished over here, followed by a wonderful weekend of General Conference, where we get to hear from the leaders of the Church, and especially our living prophet. I have… Continue reading

SOME NUTS FOR THE LADIES

You know the smell when you walk into the mall or basketball games and smell the delicious nut vendors?  I want to eat that smell! So, I thought what better gift to give… Continue reading

FAMILY HOME EVENING – FOLLOW UP TO GENERAL CONFERENCE

MTC DROP OFF #2 – AND A VIDEO

 Change is not always an easy thing for me. Even if it’s fun change, like planning for a vacation, oh my poor husband!  I worry, I stew, and I fret.  So with Kash… Continue reading

A MISSIONARY SUNDAY

Last Sunday was so much fun for us!  First, we had the opportunity to attend church at a ward about 45 minutes from home, to listen to one of Sam’s mission companions as… Continue reading