Category: Mirth

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A Groundhog's Day Ode

to Punxsutawney Phil with great affection from Linda Hoffman Kimball February 2, 2007 Oh, Phil of sun and shadows, Oracle today, You ventured out this morning And prophesied our way. What determines what you...

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Three Haikus for Thanksgiving

Nothing too weighty here. A little literary jello, a taste of the chiffon pie of poetry. Enjoy! Then go take a nap. Turkey People in the know Say you are dumb and ugly. But,...

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Thoughts on Reverence — I Kid You Not

Our ward has been talking a lot about reverence lately. I am of a mixed mind about this. The working definition for reverence seems to be “be quiet and think of Jesus.” They want...

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Women on My Bookshelf

Next week it is my turn to present the choices for the next Relief Society book club. It’s rather delicious to peruse the bookshelf, looking for appealing options. I searched for a theme, aware...

What's Under Your Bed?

When I was a SAHM to two toddlers I attended a FHPE Meeting where LDS author Louise Plummer was the guest speaker. She challenged each of us to write more often in our journals,...

Rodent Missionary

At the request of some of the commenters, here’s a picture of the rodent missionary that Linda referenced in her post “Bishop Potato Head and the Cartoon Wars.” Thanks, Linda, for providing this! Just...