Month: March 2014

Month: March 2014

Hot Off The Press: A Peek at the Faith in God Study Guide

 Our very own copies (plus a couple dozen extra) of my new LDS Faith in God study guides arrived in the mail today.  Despite all the proofreading, editing,  re-proofreading, editing, and re-re-proofreading, I was terrified that they would be full of huge, glaring errors once I had a physical copy

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Hidden Hearts

I have somewhat of an obsession with hidden hearts.  It began when I was a child and my room was decorated with millions of tiny multi-colored hearts.  And I mean millions.  Tiny hearts in a multitude of colors on the wallpaper, larger hearts all over my bedding.  It was an

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Big News and A Giveaway!

 I am so thrilled (and a little terrified!) to share some exciting news with you! For the past couple of months, in small moments here and there, I have been working on a big project.  It has taken hours and hours and may have given me a gray hair or

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A Winter Haiku by Ellie

Winter Haiku by Ellie Hillman The snow is crunchy– Evergreens are everywhere. I like to eat snow. Ellie earned an honorable mention in a local poetry contest with her Winter Haiku written during our Feudal Japan study.  Congratulations, sweet girl!

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Handprint Quilt

Someone we dearly love has been through the wringer lately, enduring cancer treatments. He and his wife are facing a trial I can’t comprehend.  As someone watching from the outside, it’s difficult to know what to do to help.  We think of them often. We pray, we send positive thoughts

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Knit Together

During the weeks leading up to Elijah’s birth I was terrified the adoption would fall through, for good reason (and another and another).  I wanted to make something for the baby but was anxious to start, in case we lost him. I needed something easy, something that I wouldn’t have to think

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We Love To Read: February 2014

We are a book-loving family.   We read many books each month, but choose our favorites to share with you. We’re always looking for more books to add to our library bag (which literally burst at the seams as we left the library one day).  I’d love to hear your

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