Monthly Archives: May 2019

Celebrating Menstrual Hygiene Day!

Here are a few photos from the big event which was held on May 14th in Park City:

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Some Good Advice to Our 2019 Graduates

16 of the best things people said (and did) in this year’s commencement speeches It’s tough to top the commencement speaker who told graduates he would pay off their student loans, but others had some memorable lines, too — and … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Baked Beans

Every year on Memorial Day our extended family gets together for a trip to the cemetery in Spanish Fork, then a BBQ at our house.  Below is the recipe for our favorite family traditional Memorial Day Baked Beans. I found … Continue reading

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Theodore Comes to Stay!

A few minutes ago the mailman rang my doorbell and handed me this large box covered with postage stamps.  It came from my friend, Star, in North Carolina.  She first contacted me here on 20 June 2016,, leaving a comment … Continue reading

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Go Forward with Faith

Today is the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the coming together of the transcontinental railroad at Promontory Point in Utah.  I’ve been reading about what Brigham Young called the “pivotal and sweeping” changes this mode of transportation brought to … Continue reading

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Mountain View High School National Honor Society

This evening I was invited to speak to the National Honor Society at Mountain View High School.  What a great group of students who excel not only in academics, but in leadership and service! Below are my notes. National Honor … Continue reading

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