Virtual Oases

  1. The other Heavenly Mother hymn
  2. Ana’s superb review of Carol Lynn Pearson’s No More Goodbye’s
  3. Kage’s forgiveness miracle
  4. Kristine on knitting and compassion
  5. Angie: Am I feeling fulfilled yet?
  6. 200 Cool Girls from Children’s Literature
  7. Read this post from Kris — I love our LDS women’s history!
  8. Catherine Edward’s Ensign article “Having Faith in God’s Timeline”:

    “Sometimes people suggest possible explanations as to why I don’t have a husband and children yet. I know that most often these ideas are kindly offered, and yet underlying them seems to be a sense that I have erred in my eligibility for the blessings of marriage and children. I have been told that perhaps I am too picky, too aggressive, too smart, too career oriented, too independent, too liberal, and—my favorite—too happy. I must say that on occasion I take some of these critiques as compliments, and yet at the same time I recognize that there are married women who are smarter, more aggressive, pickier, and more independent than I am.”

Deborah

Deborah is K-12 educator who nurtures a healthy interest in reading, writing, running, ethics, mystics, and interfaith dialogue.

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4 Responses

  1. Jen Robinson says:

    Thanks so much for linking to my cool girls list. It’s due for an update soon, but there are certainly some strong and inspiring girls on the list as it is. Thanks!

  2. Ana says:

    Thanks from me, too … I am always so excited when you link to me and I love taking your tour of the blogs!

  3. Deborah says:

    Jen/Ana: I’m just happy to stumble along great pieces!

  4. Kaimipono says:

    Let me add my thanks, Deborah. I’m glad that you liked the Heavenly Mother hymn post. I enjoyed finding out about it, myself. (Now I just need to get our choir director to put that hymn on the slate.) 🙂

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