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Red Lentil Soup for Christmas

When I was growing up, I idolized the Adams family. Lynne was a successful lawyer. Her husband, Bob, was an artist and the primary caretaker of their daughter. They were the only Mormons I...

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Dress

  It had been wrinkled and awkward for more than eight years in the bottom of a chest. Once in a while she would peek down underneath the others just to see if she...

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Exponent II Classics: Pharisees and Sinners

Laurel T. UlrichCambridge, MassachusettsVol. 4, No. 4, Spring 1978 I sometimes hear Mormon women talk about being caught between two worlds. They can’t identify with the hostility of secular feminism, yet they feel ill-at-ease...

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Virtual Oases XXXX

This week, as I prepared a Relief Society Lesson on Unity (and the barriers we put up), I was delighted to read this piece by Courtney on judging, misjudging, and living it up! Speaking...

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Donor

I’m going to borrow a bit from Dora today. She wrote in a comment on her last post: Incidentally, I have heard second-hand stories about latter-day saints being reluctant to donate organs. Something about...

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A Matter of Life (Support) or Death

After a couple of days off, I returned to work with a renewed sense of vigor. As usual, I arrived a few minutes early and checked my assignment. My eye then wandered to the...

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Need a Holiday Gift Idea?

Looking for a great gift for the cyber-savvy women in your life. How about an online subscription to Exponent II? An annual subscription is just $10, and they will have access to the latest...