My 6-year-old tried to play chess with me at their school’s STEM night last week. I didn’t realize he knew the rules, and it turns out he doesn’t, because he produced a secret weapon: a 6-legged spider he’d made out of clay in his class earlier. “This is spider-guy,” he announced. “And he can eat … Continue reading They can keep changing the rules, but we don’t have to be obedient. (Plus 3 sneak peeks into Book 8)
Book 6, Flight of the Wounded Falcon is ready! And you can get it three ways: Kindle download, click right here. Priced at 99 cents, that means you're paying only, umm . . . well, hardly anything per the 240,000 words. (This is why I majored in English, not math.) Paperback, on CreateSpace for now, but … Continue reading BOOK 6, “Flight of the Wounded Falcon” IS HERE! Get it 3 ways (one is free)!
I’ve always known that parenthood is how God teaches us to be like Him, but now that I’ve been at it for 25 years, I feel like I’m finally understanding some of those aspects. For example: 1) God WANTS to hear from us. Wherever, whenever. I know this, because currently our family is spread over … Continue reading 3 ways in which parents are like God (and 3 ways we aren’t–yet)
I haven’t been haven’t been coerced or brainwashed, nor am I stupid and delusional to believe what The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) teaches, despite what commenters on social media and articles about Mormons like to claim. Instead, I’ve chosen to believe, and here are my six reasons why: Mormonism makes sense … Continue reading Why I choose to be a Mormon