I know I’m not supposed to say anything. I’m supposed to be supportive, and understanding, and tolerant, and kind. I’m supposed to ignore how enormously inconsiderate you are. After all, don’t I have kids? Don’t I know what it’s like to be looked at by people who don’t have kids? Don’t I know how frustrating [...]
Last Sunday a good brother got up to speak about . . . honestly I can’t remember what his gospel topic was, but I remember the story he began with: When John was a little boy, his mother shooed the kids out the back of the house while she showed it to potential buyers. One [...]
I have three daughters. My sister has two daughters and a son. (I was going to say that she is lucky to have a mix of genders, but I don’t know how to phrase that without making it sound like I regret having three daughters, which I don’t, except when I think of poor Dick [...]
Sally and Susan Show Off Their Hard-Boiled Egg Pealing Technique from jane on Vimeo. Sorry about the background. I must have been asleep during film-making school.
(This is a guest post by Dick, who also blogs under the name Tom Johnson. I was hesitant to review this movie, but Dick was eager to see it, so he agreed to write it in exchange for a free copy. Let me just add that Passage to Zarahemla was much better than the last [...]
I have a confession to make. I’m not a room-mother or a member of the PTA. At least, I usually sign up to be a part of PTA, but then I never follow through. I don’t volunteer. I don’t even make sure that Sally returns her Take-Home Library book every day. But I’m turning over [...]