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Category Archives: Life Lessons
Welcome to day one of the A-Z Blogging Challenge! In case you did not stop by for the Theme Reveal, I’ll summarize here that my husband and I are living in England for two years as missionaries for the Church of Jesus … Continue reading
A few days ago as we were driving the Sister Missionaries to an appointment, one of them (out of the blue) asked, “What is the best thing about being married?” Now that is a question to ponder! Which I have … Continue reading
Creep and Peep: This is what we do when we leave our driveway each time–edge out slowly, creeping/inching our way as we look one way then another for that sudden rush of a vehicle going 70 mph on our small … Continue reading
Today we are learning about resiliency training and were directed to this video. You can see it via YouTube: So…when you are buffeted by life’s turmoils, get up, shake yourself off and continue to follow your Leader.
Five months ago I suggested to my honey that he call and see what service options may be available to us for a Military Relations mission in Europe (we were thinking Germany) for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … Continue reading
My Honey’s life has always been much more stressful than mine, whether it was his military career vs. my stay-at-home-mom world, or our most recent jobs working for a library system–he in HR and me as a library manager (“Oh! … Continue reading
“Do you want to play Bananagrams with me?” “Sure.” “Well, if you don’t want to, we can do something else…” “I said, ‘Sure!’” “No, you said, ‘sure.’ ‘Sure’ means no…” “Okay….now I know. Yes! I want to play Bananagrams … Continue reading
Charles Pierre Pare and Marie Josephe Lessart marry and have…22 children; several born in the same year, only a few months apart. How is this possible? > > > Answer: It’s not. Two brothers, Charles and Pierre Pare, marry … Continue reading
On Sunday December 29, 2004, there was a .9 earthquake in Asia that caused a Tsunami, which took the lives of 80,000+ people. At the same time, freak rains in California were causing floods and destroying large areas. Husband and … Continue reading