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Virtual Oases XXXVII

An article and a blog-post on Carol Lynn Pearson’s new play: Facing East Kiskilili asks “Where do Mormon Feminists come from?” and elicits some revealing responses In reading John Remy’s blog this week, a...

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Thanksgiving favorite foods

One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is that I get to make this recipe. When I tell people about it, they often say, “Well, I don’t really like sweet potatoes.” My response is,...

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Guest Post: What kind of fold is this?

Cheryl (aka “Bored in Vernal) recently sent us this inquiry. The other day I had a rude comment on my blog by an anonymous poster. This poster berated me for my opinions and urged...

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Exponent II Classics: At Temple Square

For a change of pace, I thought I’d put a fiction piece from 1991. Margaret YoungProvo, UtahVol. 16, No. 3 (1991) A Latin couple poses for a pot-bellied photographer. Their Latin friends coach them...

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Virtual Oases XXXVI

Lisa: On mothering a child with a disability . . “Over the course of the last three years, the gambit of emotions have swung high and far from a pendulum I didn’t even know...

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The RSVP Nazi

Dear Missy Mannerlee, I am at my wit’s end!!! As an occasional hostess, I enjoy having people over for dinner parties and such. Really, there’s nothing I like better than to see friendly faces...

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Musings on Music

When I was twelve years old, my grandmother gave me a very special gift for Christmas. It is still one of my prized possessions— a copy of Latter-Day Saint Hymns, the first LDS hymnbook...