Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Value of Goals

Og Mandino, the author of  The Greatest Salesman in the World, wrote,  “The victory of success is half won when one gains the habit of setting goals and achieving them. Even the most tedious chore will become endurable as you … Continue reading

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President Thomas S. Monson has counseled that full-time missionaries should master three basic skills: (1) prepare with purpose, (2) teach with testimony, and (3) labor with love.  He goes one to say “There is no substitute for love. Often this love … Continue reading

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Ice on the Sidewalks, a Tiny Robe and a Rabid Dog, hummm!

Nathan has been gone for almost five months and I am still realizing things that he did that I took for granted.  This last week we got a big snowstorm – 33 inches big, shovel every hour big, cancel school … Continue reading

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Phoenix – Freezing?

“You all need to quit whining about how cold it is, I have been freezing my butt off down here.  There was frost on the ground one morning!  But I guess I can’t complain about the cold when we still … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!!!

2013!  I can hardly wait to see what new and exciting opportunities this new year will bring!  I had the opportunity to have a birthday last week.  I had a thought run through my head that I couldn’t get rid … Continue reading

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