Tag Archives: family

Boston

Blogging will be light for a bit. But hey I have a good excuse for once. My favorite deacon and I are spending time with our son and his family. Grandchildren are such blessings. More pictures later.

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Home (Bitter) Sweet Home

Well my favorite Deacon and I are home after a wonderful visit with our daughter and grandchildren. It was hard to leave, but it is good to be home. I usually don’t get jet lag from the journey home, but … Continue reading

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Blogging

I am not going to blogging much for awhile. My beautiful daughter and great guy son in law have at long last decided to have their marriage validated in the Church. We had been praying for this for ten long … Continue reading

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On the Blog Again.

Honest. We were visiting my son and his family for over a week to celebrate Thanksgiving. I didn’t want to post about it, as I didn’t think it was wise to announce that our house would be empty on a … Continue reading

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Women against mothers

I don’t know who Mary Elizabeth Williams is, but her world view is tragic. She  writes: Is motherhood Natalie Portman’s “greatest role”? In her acceptance speech, the “Black Swan” star suggests that pregnancy trumps a career. She’s wrong. Continue reading … Continue reading

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The Death of Marriage From the Bully Pulpit

It has concerned me greatly that the meme that same sex marriage is a civil right has come out of left field without any discussion or debate.  This is a concern because allowing same sex marriage to be normalized, changes … Continue reading

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Do As I say. Not as I have Done

Our daughter, who lives in Ireland with her family, called me yesterday. The economy is very bad in Ireland.  She is a stay at home Mom, and her husband has his own business (electrical and mechanical engineering design). He went … Continue reading

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