Choose Happy

My Grandpa Tucker was on of four sons, and as the saying goes – there was John the smart one, Bill the athletic one, Keith the handsome one, and Clyde. My grandpa was Keith. (Clyde is actually the funny one, and he came up with the saying) (from left to right: John, Clyde, Bill, and […]

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Discerning Truth

Quick question: Have you used Facebook or Instagram today? I should see all bitmoji hands because who doesn’t keep up with their friends everyday? Social media allows us share our daily life. In return, our friends, faith, and phones have a large impact on what we see, hear, and think. It’s easy to keep reading […]

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When Blessings Aren’t Fulfilled

Photo from Quotefancy  Recently, I fell ill with a pretty nasty sickness. I was miserable, more miserable than I’ve ever been, and I asked my husband for a blessing. In the blessing, he blessed me with a speedy recovery. However, it took about three months for me to fully recover. A week after my husband […]

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Thankful for My Many Faces

Since it is the season of giving thanks, I wanted to touch on something I am especially thankful for the older I become, and that is my many faces. The many faces of my personality, that is! Sometimes we call someone “two-faced” for being one way in a certain instance, and the complete opposite in […]

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Choosing to Serve

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash I was 19 when President Monson announced the age change for Sister Missionaries. I was ecstatic. I thought I would make an excellent missionary and I wanted to serve. However, unlike many young women who instantly called their bishops, I decided I needed to take some time to make that decision because […]

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