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This year, Simon turned eleven, Nathan turned eight, Truman turned five, and Julie turned old.
Previous installments can be accessed through this link.
This year, Simon turned nine, Nathan turned six, and Truman turned three. For previous installments, see here, here, and here.
For previous installments, see here and here. Simon turned eight, Nathan turned five, and Truman turned two this year.
In 2005, Simon turned seven, Nathan turned four, and Truman turned one.
What I’m not good at is keeping a journal. What I am good at is writing down in my planner the funny things that my kids say and then printing them up to put in our Christmas card each year:
These are just my notes as I scribbled them and, considering how illegible my handwriting is (even to myself), you will not want to quote them word for word!
Bob Rees A review of Earl Wunderli’s Imperfect Book Started with this Card Colour changing trick video (http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com/2009/01/07/colour-changing-card-trick-outtakes/) to illustrate that too much focus on one thing can cause you miss the many other things that are going on.…
There is a lot that could be said about Michael Otterson’s recent open letter. I think it does a lot to heal the immense pain and anger that many people—especially those who do not support Ordain Women–have felt in recent…
President Uchtdorf conducting. President Henry B. Eyring: Sustaining votes of the General Authorities and Church Officers