As the clerk of my local Church congregation, one of the leaders emailed me a draft document outlining the 2009 missionary plan, which I was to forward to the other leaders. Before hitting send, I noticed that his Internet service provider had added its own idea to our Church’s written plans for fellowshipping our neighbors … Read moreEmail Delivered – Message Altered
We are blog slackers. Sorry. But I just gave you one more thing to be thankful for. This post. For one day every year the people of our nation are thankful. What are they thankful for? I’m sure that varies. We celebrate being thankful by stressing out our parents and stuffing ourselves full of wonderful food. Perhaps we are … Read moreThankfulness and Stuff.
This little tid-bit made me smile: When Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama carried one town in Tooele County, it was such incredible news that the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin’s headline trumpeted, “Obama takes Ophir.” Click here for the article in the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin Quoted from Paul Rolly, Salt Lake Tribune. Click here for his column.
Wondering what to do with that “change” that President-Elect Obama is promising us? I’ve found an excellent place to spend it. Go to the Provo Movies 8 (2424 N University Pkwy, Provo UT). Walk in the entrance, and make a right turn into the arcade. Next, plug a quarter into the Ms. Pac-Man game. Now, … Read moreChange you can enjoy
With the election coming up, I was thinking on a piece of trivia I once heard, that David Rice Atchison (1807-1886) served as President of the United States for a total of one entire day, from noon on March 4, 1849 until noon on March 5, 1849. It must be true, because it says so … Read moreOne Day as President