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Derrill Watson
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Moana - the video game I want to see but won't get
I'm envisioning the Moana civilization building/resource management simulation. It takes place in the time of the ancestors... (wavy flashback lines) STORY MODE: You start with a handful of villagers on a very small island. You learn how to harvest coconuts...

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My Favorite Child - Superstar
I have to admit it. I have a favorite child. My favorite child is Superstar. Happily, I get to spend the most 1:1 time with him. I walk him to school most mornings and then we play a game together at night once the other two are in bed. Every day there are ...

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My favorite child - Princess
I have to admit it. I have a favorite child. My favorite child is Princess. There is nothing so wonderful as having a human kitty cat. Princess is a lap cat, more specifically. Her favorite place to read scriptures or watch movies or eat or anything is in m...

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My favorite child - JT
I have to admit it. I have a favorite child. My favorite child is little John-Thomas. There is nothing so wonderful as having a human puppy dog. I return from seminary or school - or maybe just taking out the trash! - and JT is right there at the door. He s...

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A gradual transformation
Not quite two years ago, I started having this feeling that I needed to reach up a lot higher than I was doing. This has turned into a gradual letting go of a lot of things from my life  that I've been relying on a bit too much. I've finally gotten to the p...

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Hungry, Hungry, JT
As one of his several rewards for potty training, John-Thomas has been asking to play Hungry, Hungry Hippos with Joy. She recounts: We'll get all of the marbles and put them in the center. Then he'll say, "Hungry!" and push the levers on the hippo. You only...

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Creating a few good excuses
I wrote this post at least 4 years ago, but never posted it for some reason. I stumbled on it today and thought it deserved sharing. --------------------------------------------------------------- My brother was teaching the priesthood lesson this week from...

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Vortrekker needlework
Far more impressive to me than the view were the arts and crafts stored in the basement of the Vortrekker Monument. A fellow named Coetzer was commissioned to create a series of needlepoint tapestries in commemoration of the trek. They are beautiful! They a...
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