the candy game. I decided that our words were way too generic this year. All the candy was gone after the saturday afternoon session.
she wants to send her picture to President Monson. They are shaking hands
monkey bread for breakfast on Sunday morning while listening to Music and The Spoken Word
can't remember what they were watching, but it was entertaining
we recently discovered Studio C -- the "shoulder angel" is already a favorite
a quiet Sunday is the perfect opportunity to make homemade rolls (from Our Best Bites cookbook, as well as the recipe for monkey bread)
as I flip through my notes here are just a few of my scribblings (not all are exact quotes):
*We gather to hear the words of the Lord, we return home to live them. -Robert D. Hales
*Today there is a great need for men and women to cultivate respect for each other. Sons of God need daughters of God. And daughters of God need sons of God. -Carole M. Stephens
*(speaking on the law of tithing) We sometimes receive subtle, but significant blessings. These can be discerned if we are spiritually attentive. -David A. Bednar
*Children who are taught the scriptures early in life will know where to find the path. -Boyd K. Packer
*There are forces at work in the world to lessen women's moral authority. Including the devaluation of marriage, motherhood, homemaking as a career. This is not right. -D. Todd Christofferson
*Man's laws cannot make moral what God's laws have deemed immoral. We remain under covenant to keep His commandments, refraining from serving other gods and priorities -- even those that have become popular. -Dallin H. Oaks
*Our Heavenly Father who gives us so much to delight in knows that we learn & grow through the hard things we face. We become something better . . . more empathetic than we were before. Spiritually refined. If it weren't for challenges, we would remain much as we are. -Thomas S. Monson
I love listening to the words of the prophet and our inspired leaders.