Monthly Archives: April 2007

Be still and know that He is God.

I can’t even contain the emotion tonight. I somehow managed not to cry while watching The Pursuit of Happyness, but then I read a blog that I sometimes frequent and I’m a blubbering mess. Life hasn’t been my “ideal” lately, … Continue reading

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Dream job. .

Ok, so I have the job interview of my life next week. Ironically it’s on Ava’s first birthday that I will interview to be a NYC principal. Oh how fun it would be to return to the city and run … Continue reading

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New Family History Blog

Hi everybody. We’ve created a new blog called Our LDS Family Blog which is designed to be a family history blog, focusing on just stories about our families. The latest post on there describes the purpose of this new blog. … Continue reading

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Random thoughts. . .

Today has been so fun-filled, I’m just beat! Something about the sun is so rejuvenating, but at the same time draining. Or maybe that’s my health issue–we’ll have to see. . . Here are a few quick thoughts: 1–Red Sox … Continue reading

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Redsox – Yankees: A Sign of Things to Come

The Boston Redsox came from behind to beat the New York Yankees last night in awesome fashion. A-Rod hit two home runs but Mariano Rivera couldn’t keep the lead as the Redsox scored 5 runs in the 8th inning to … Continue reading

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Predictions from the year 1900

The Ladies Home Journal wrote in 1900 some predictions about life in the year 2000. Fascinating what some think about the future. Take prediction #3:

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Life gives you lemons, so make some lemonade

I feel like I’ve been walking on the hot coals of hell lately as we trudge through the constant trials I’ve been facing. I’m not complaining– somehow I’m actually grateful for the experiences I’ve had lately. It’s making me into … Continue reading

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