The Exponent Blog

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Preparing for Summer (Mis-) Adventure

Time was that my family took camping expeditions to the national parks, and we could have pillow fights in the way-way-back of the station wagon. Time was that my hair would wave and flutter...

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Missionaries and Stress

I am copying (with permission) a message from the Exponent II list-serve that deserves a larger circulation. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Dr. Judi Moore is currently serving a mission as area medical supervisor in Argentina. She has...

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Virtual Oases XX

In a previous post, I invited people to write in with their stories about how having a gay loved one affects LDS families. Here’s one such story: Ana, guest-posting at FMH, writes about her...

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Arcadia Ward Pork Tenderloin

When the new Enrichment program began, I was asked to co-host our ward’s cooking group that meets once a month. I was in charge of teaching the class in June, so I picked one...

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My first sonnet

at Portage Glacier Alaska was always an eternal word to me. empty, cold as an opal ocean’s surface. and dad held the world in his fingertips there. he could point and dim horizons lit...

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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...