LDS Primary Chorister Planner

I was just called to be the Primary Chorister in our ward!  I am thrilled and terrified all at once. Because I’m a planning, list-making nerd I immediately went to work to find resources to go along with the 2015 Primary Outline.   There are several darling chorister planners out there, but none of them was exactly what I had in […]

Quick Lit: December 2014

The Happiness of Pursuit First of all, isn’t that the best title ever?  This book was fascinating.  It tells the stories of many people who found and followed their own quests.  It includes everything from not speaking for 17 years to visiting every country on the planet to craft projects.  It was inspirational for the goal-setter in me and even […]

Crafts for Kids: Wooden Star Ornaments

These ornaments are a perfect blend of ease and beauty.  The best combination for crafting with kids! Supplies Wooden stars (like these . I purchased ours for .29/each  in the wood crafts section at Michaels) Glitter paint (we used the Martha Steward brand in Pewter) Kids Markers Yarn Drill (for making holes to thread yarn through) Foam paintbrush Instructions:       […]

Goals: December 2014

“Most “impossible” goals can be met simply by breaking them down into bite size chunks, writing them down, believing them, and then going full speed ahead as if they were routine.” — Don Lancaster Home: Fix the garbage disposal Purge/clean my office Finish painting Ellie’s room Shower/master bathroom finished Relationships: Date night with Jason Go on a date with Ellie […]

Book Review: Walking with the Women of the New Testament

Over the past few months I have had the pleasure of working with Heather from Women in the Scriptures on an amazing project. Heather is a scripture scholar and her blog has long been an inspiration to me.  I was thrilled when she asked me to design the study guides to go along with her beautiful book, Walking with the Women […]