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21 Comments

  1. Beautiful pictures, Kristin!!! I love your daily snippets. Do you still keep a journal in addition to this?

    • Kristin

      September 23, 2016 at 9:13 am

      Yes, actually. I keep two journals. One for everyday – well, notable events and the other for spiritual impressions, feelings, and answers to prayer. The latter I call my small plates after the Book of Nephi. 🙂

  2. I can relate to those library fines, Kristin! They sure have a way of putting a damper on a perfectly great day. But you’re right- it is still cheaper than purchasing all of the books your family is reading! I love your snippets, too!

  3. Kristin, thanks for posting a study guide if you will for Luke chapter 1. I don’t know how you do everything you do!
    Question-If Luke 1 was discussed today, does that mean that Luke 2 is on Mon? or do you jump around a bit?
    I hope Curtis is feeling better!

    • Kristin

      October 16, 2016 at 4:16 pm

      Yes, we are discussing Luke 2 tomorrow, Monday. I often wish that parents had the opportunity that their teens have, to attend a gospel study class each day. For adults who would like to study along with us, I will post study guides as often as I can.
      Luke 2 is the most thorough account of the Savior’s birth, which is sacred text for sure. In seminary we go chronologically from one chapter to another. Tuesday will be Luke 3, etc.
      Curt IS feeling better, thank you!

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      January 6, 2017 at 7:19 pm

      Well, it is great that you stumbled upon my life. 🙂 I am glad that you like it. I enjoy sharing, so feel free to let me know any suggestions. … and thank you.

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    • Kristin

      January 7, 2017 at 9:24 am

      Yes, there is always more goofy feed when you are a parent in the real world. Come back again real soon. Really 🙂

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