Hermana Peacock: New York, New York South Mission

I have often found myself looking through Hermana Peacock's blogs and left being inspired. Today on Facebook I saw this post (It's at the bottom, click on it to make it larger or here to see). I worked with this beautiful sister prior to her mission at EFY and I know she has a strong... Continue Reading →

Mormon Culture: I’ve Got a Feeling…

As a #TrueMillennial sometimes it is hard to feel like a real adult. Perhaps we would act more adult like if we were treated that way. Last night I attended a Young SINGLE Adult ward activity. Don't get me wrong, the activity was well planned and the people in attendance were all pleasant. I just... Continue Reading →

Enjoying The Last of the Firsts

It all started here at Cynthia Mann Elementary School in Boise Idaho. I'm sure that day I woke up and thought I can't wait till I reach my last semester of college...Just kidding, I was thinking about snack time. Today I started my LAST FIRST day of school here at Utah State. It is a... Continue Reading →

Our Saviors Love

Yesterday was like any other day until I sat down to watch the news. My heart dropped, so many  lives had been altered. In Connecticut many lives were lost in a Elementary School Shooting. My first thought was the children who lost their lives are with our loving Heavenly Father now. While serving a mission... Continue Reading →

Skirts Are So Opressive…Said No One Ever

op·pres·sive /əˈpresiv/ Adjective Unjustly inflicting hardship and constraint, esp. on a minority or other subordinate group. I was in a deep sleep this morning when I received a text at such as ghastly hour, 9:00 am. After chastising my sister Emily for contacting me so early, I got to her question... "Are you wearing pants... Continue Reading →

Double The Trouble

On Saturday I got to see one of my companions that just got home a few months ago. She was my companion during my third transfer. We only got to be together for one transfer, because apparently we became too good of friends... We were known as "Double the Trouble." She taught me so much... Continue Reading →

ONE YEAR HOME!!!

  Today marks my ONE YEAR of being home. Time just flies, and I cannot believe how far I've come. A year a go I had set goals, made plans and had my life all set...Today, I look back and realize most of those have fallen through. However, I am as happy as can be... Continue Reading →

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