Monthly Archives: May 2011

Clothing Consignment

I figured since I lived in Portland, I needed to learn how to consign my clothes. That’s hipster, right? While going through all our stuff pre-move in order to de-junk, I collected about 3 trash bags full of clothes, shoes, … Continue reading

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Oregonians vs. Utahns

When I told the Oregonians I was moving to Boston, the most common responses were, “Wow! Are you scared?” and “Wow! Are you nervous?” When I told the Utahns I was moving to Boston, the most common response was, “Wow! … Continue reading

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Doctrine and Covenants Section Titles

Seminary is over. And that is all I have to say about that. On my last day, I gave the kids one final glue-in. Everyone groaned when I handed it out, but as always I promised the kids that one … Continue reading

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Mission Ties

When we moved from Utah, Peter took all of his belongings that had been stored at his parent’s house. That is when I was first introduced to Peter’s missionary tie collection. There were about a billion of them. In the … Continue reading

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We’re moving!

Peter was accepted to MIT. Yes, I said MIT. He’ll be doing an MBA and an MS in Systems Engineering at the same time. We’ll be there for two years. This means that Peter is wicked smart, and works wicked … Continue reading

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Five lessons learned from my mother

1. Always wear a slip. Always. It’s also important to wear nylons for certain engagements. 2. It’s nice to make things look nice. For example, you should always put your food in a matching dish before putting it on the … Continue reading

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Prophet review game

I was informed last week that my blog has become totally lame due to all my seminary posts. Well, only eight more days of seminary (!!!!), so the lame-ness will end soon. We finished the Doctrine and Covenants and now … Continue reading

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