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... making them “Magical”!
In my presenting a “fair and balanced” viewpoint on “Magic Underwear”, I would first ask you to check out the YouTube video at the following web site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cbfgmo rIGE
As a counterpoint to the humorous perspective at the above link, you may want to visit the official LDS response which informs us that outside of the temples, there are undergarments worn by ...
... be able to GO SEE IT!
Here are the three who played the high school seniors (stars) and the whole team who came - they were all so thrilled!
Then off to the Sundance Institute/Skoll Foundation’s panel on Stories of Change (an initiative that connects independent storytellers with renowned social entrepreneurs to support the creation of films that shine a spotlight on solutions to urgent ...
I went back to the Red Iguana today. They open at 11:00am, I walked in at 11:07am. Clearly I sat in my car for ten minutes so as to not appear eager. Playing it cool,
This one was even better: Mole de Pistachio con pollo
a silky homemade mole, made with fresh chile poblano, garlic, onion, herbs, spices, white wine, and lots of pistachios...on a grilled chicken breast
... of the town which included a look at the Olympic park and ski jumps and the downtown area where all the restaurants are. I saw one of my favorite distilleries as well, called high west but didn't really have time to stop in and check it out. Then headed back onto the highway and drove by one of phoebes old houses which she pointed out to me. We then took a mini tour around Salt Lake City which is phoebes old university town so got to see her house, old biking routes, and even ...
... log cabins. These were really cute, and nice to stay somewhere different. The night was free so Jarrod and i headed off to a little place called Grannys for some "home cooking" as they called it. It was a nice little town, and Jarrod summed it up perfectly, soemwhere that my dad would love. Everyone seemed to be driving an F truck of some sort, or a Chevrolet truck. The next day we headed to Yellowstone National Park. WOW is all ...