As the U.S. Department of Education observes the higher education levels of parents who are homeschooling their children, a new trend is developing: institutions of higher learning are actively recruiting homeschooled children.
Taylor Energy is now a nonprofit corporation, registered with the IRS a a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Just got awarded a grant from the California Energy Commission. We can now accept tax-deductible donations. :) http://taylorenergy.org
“I can’t take a cab to heaven!” exclaims Father when he finds out that his wife, Vinnie has called a cab to take the entire family to church where Father will finally be baptized. It’s a look into upper class New York in 1890 — Clarence Day wrote stories about his father, “Clare” which were published in the New Yorker [...]
I got up early this morning to catch some views of the bloodmoon on Passover, April 4, 2015 and read what the scriptures have to say about the moon being turned to blood. The science of a lunar eclipse is explained here. Revelation given through Joseph Smith the Prophet to the Church, at Kirtland, Ohio, March 7, 1831: And before [...]
Two rather irritating neighbor kids informed my children — “You guys think you’re going to rule your own planet.” That was about 20 years ago. In Irvine, California. The door was open; time to explain some things to my kids. It’s a strange notion, this idea that Mormons believe they can become Gods — and one which the LDS Church has [...]
I had to do some research about these blood moons because some people believe that they are signs of the times. But you can’t believe everything you read on the Internet or hear in the news. I don’t like to be one of those doomsday predictors either. And the hoopla started with a couple of preachers. (Pastor Hagee wrote a book.) [...]
I decided to make a lotion that has distilled water in it — so it is lighter than my body butters. Butter is butter, and I don’t love body butter on my face. I need a light lotion for my face, so I gave this recipe a try. This one is light, but still moisturizing. Since water and oil do [...]
I have often wondered why we make covenants and receive ordinances before we really understand them. I don’t remember my baptism preparation, probably because I was eight years old. I do remember my temple preparation, I was 26. I read a book by Hyrum Andrus, Principles of Perfection, before going to the temple. My husband and I took the temple prep class, [...]
I really, really don't have time to write this right now. And, because of the oversight those to whom this post is directed have already committed, I have very little hope it will do any good. My mind is drawn to what Abraham...
I’m feeling a bit silly so I thought it might be the leprachauns that brought this on. I don’t eat green food on St. Patrick’s Day, but I do wear something green — must be from all the damage while attending elementary school and forgetting it was mandatory to sport green or get pinched. Do schools still let kids pinch each [...]
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Great design and improvement for the ratchet belt -- no holes and a perfect fit. I love the fine leathers that they offer as well. Super service oriented company -- they go out of their way to make sure you're happy.