Monthly Archives: September 2012

Humor to teach developing our talents

I am finally getting off my duff to try an experiment. I am going to see if jokes would be a good source for teaching themes of lessons. So far I have usually done lessons with objects from around the … Continue reading

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Man Verses Wild notes #2

Before I write down more things I learned, I wanted to give a gardening hint that I learned today. My neighbor suggested that as summer ends and fall comes its important to cut away branches off tomato plants so that … Continue reading

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Spelling Concentrating:

I have to admit there are many words I have a difficulty in creating a trick or mnemonic to help me remember them. This device is a round-about trick. Someone may ask a “Penney for your thoughts” and I start … Continue reading

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Historical fiction advice from author Lee Nelson:

I found some old notes I took while attending a writer’s seminar several years ago at the Spanish Fork Memorial building. These are notes of counsel from Lee Nelson He has done the book Storm Testament. Author will actually ride … Continue reading

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Buying a New or Used washer:

Well my washer gave up[ the ghost and so I did some research of what to look for when buying a washer. This is what I found, for your reading pleasure. -Check out the consumer reprots.org to see which ones … Continue reading

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Breaking through propaganda via a glass dish

Today’s lesson takes a different twist and can be used in multiple ways. I hope it can be of use to you, youth ministries, home devotionals and family home evenings. This may be of particular interest during the election cycle … Continue reading

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Adding to my knowledge base with ‘Man Verses Wild’ notes.

I’m not much of a web searcher or YouTube and only search them occasionally. But there are excerpts of a TV show I really enjoy. It is very informative. The show is Man verses nature. He gives wonderful information that … Continue reading

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Five most commonly misused word pairs:

For those who have looked at different areas of my site, you would find out that I’m a big fan to the radio show The Browser on the station KSL. I normally listen to KNRS but I like learning about … Continue reading

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Review of WSC event w/ Kevin Cordi by Kathleen Lund

Please welcome my first guest blogger: Kathleen Lund. She attended a wonderful story teller’s workshop last Saturday (I was sad I missed it) and here is her review. The presentation was by Kevin Cordi. Those are a few things I … Continue reading

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The Essentials of a kitchen, when in a resort condo:

Within the last month I have visited a Worldmark resort condo twice. I decided to take an inventory of what essentials are provided in a condo. These are the bare necessities but seem to serve the purpose for a brief … Continue reading

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