Author: Heather

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Heaven Can Wait

As a kid I used to worry a lot about the afterlife and all those degrees of glory. When I learned that my paternal grandmother was sealed to her first husband, and not my...

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“Go Ahead. Pray for It!”

Like Mary, I’m a “ponder it in your heart” gal.  There’s a running dialogue in my head to God, a constant prayer in my heart which is a lovely, comforting thing. But sometimes it...

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“Do You Hear What I Hear?”

One of my most cherished childhood memories is making plates of holiday treats.  Every year my mother would emerge from the pantry, arms overflowing with typical ingredients like flour, sugar, chocolate chips, and other...

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The Satiating Power of Friendship

I tend to be a creature of habit. At restaurants, I find what I like, and always order it, reluctant to try anything new or different.  I can be like this with friends too,...

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How Embarrassing!

Is it just me or is sacrament meeting a prime place for embarrassing moments? And not just the meeting, but specifically during the sacrament itself.  While I have 3 whole hours to make a...

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Choose the Wrong?

Have any of you ever found yourself saying something that you know will come back and bite you in the butt? This is me. A lot.  It happens to some of us extreme extroverts...

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Parlez-Vous Girl?

By Heather Though I am far from multi-lingual (I once knew some French and can shop in Mandarin, Spanish & Hebrew), I have realized that within one’s native tongue there are a myriad of...

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Surviving Mother’s Day

By Heather Happy belated Mother’s Day to all you moms out there and to all of you who mother people you may or may not have given birth to. Mother’s Day is one of...