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... project that night. After sorting and purging our bags of things we wanted to send home with Josh the following day, the 5 of us got to work on the ribbon project. Josh was cutting the ribbon and the rest of us were taking a piece of blue and yellow ribbon and putting a safety pin through it. The kids were machines, and between the 5 of us we created 1000 of the memorial ribbons in a few hours. Josh and I were so happy that the kids ...
... in Lexie's great house - thank you SOO MUCH, Lexie - and we will be staying for a week while Dad flies to Baltimore and back to go to my great grandmothers memorial service and to go to the Sole of the City 10k. We've forbidden him from entering our house, talking to his friends, or working. We walked out together, we're walking in together. Lastly, God bless everyone involved in the Boston disaster. If anyone reading this was there, I hope you're all right.
... smatsy. We will stay on a cruise ship and we have an apartment in Rome. I'm leaving my all weather quick dry safari shirt. I'm bringing two stunning scarfs.
4. Pack a purpose. You could sum up the Mormon theology nicely in a trip. We leave our Heavenly home and come to Earth. We work hard. We are happy and sad. And then we return home. Who we are when we return home depends on what we learned on the journey. ...
... are critical in creating the family. The men would be nothing without us. For example, the head needs the neck to support it. It would be nothing without the neck--the neck turns the head." (I should've asked, "so which would you rather be? A head or a neck?")
3. Only baptized Mormons go to heaven.
But there's a catch, if you lived and died BEFORE J-Smith made up the religion, you can still be baptized posthumously by your descendants, ...
... made quite good progress for our 1st day and travelled just over 600 miles, that's over 960 kms. The roads are all at least dual lane each way separated so that you are never facing oncoming traffic directly. Another thing of interest to me is that since the snow yesterday lunch time we have been travelling in desert areas. In Australia we don't have high altitude desert so to be on roads with snow markers and warnings travelling between snow capped peaks is not our norm! I have ...