The Exponent Blog

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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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Moving Over Christmas Break

We moved into the place next door It’s a mirror reflection of the old place The windows, the closets, the mail drop, The heat vents They’re all backwards now The sun shines through the...

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Virtual Oases 1/30/07

Starfoxy discusses the case of a mail-order bride. Lynette: “Called of God” Sister Missionaries in SLC: “Other church missions are largely composed of unmarried young men and women. The Temple Square Mission has 200...

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Exponent II Classics: The Phone Call

Nancy Hart MethenyTerre Haute, IndianaVol. 6, No. 1 (Fall 1976) Based on a recent experience of the author, the following is “addressed to those who sometimes struggle, as I do, to define for themselves...

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How to Be Good

When I was a teenager, I made a project of searching the scriptures to find out what exactly I had to do to be “saved.” My attempt at making this list proved futile as...

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S.A.D.ness

Sunday night, somewhere between a fit of crying, a fight with my husband, and the violent deboning of a roast chicken, it hit me – this wasn’t “sad”; this was S.A.D. One would think...

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Miso Eggplant

A recipe from EmilySo easy and quick. This is one of my favorite dinners! Japanese Eggplant 4 Japanese eggplants (I’ve also used one large regular eggplant)3 T red miso2½ T sugar3 T water Stir...