Monthly Archives: August 2016

Spelling Census:

Good: census Bad:    cencis A census in our country is to check the population numbers in the US. Thus cencUS. Do you have a better recommendation, please share it in the comment section of this blog.

Posted in Speller Beezy and Other Ailments | Comments Off on Spelling Census:

Mic recommendations: 

These are the notes I took from a presentation by Hannah B. Harvey. She is a professional storyteller and these notes are from some education CDs called the Great Courses. Any misinformation or inaccuracies is the fault of the note … Continue reading

Posted in Rock Soup | Comments Off on Mic recommendations: 

Providing your family with safe drinking water:

Any inaccuracies or misinterpretations of the contents below are the fault of the note taker.  Glenn Meder. Webinar@survivalistill.com How contaminated water affects your family First world countries have water and sewage pipes, emery response and police, phone radio and internet … Continue reading

Posted in Tasks, Errands and Projects-Oh My | Comments Off on Providing your family with safe drinking water:

Constitution based on the Law of Moses: 

I attended a lecture at an emergency / book of Mormon conference and these are my notes. Any inaccurate or misinformation is the fault of the note taker Moses 6:17 Ether 2: 7 – 8 Heleman 11:8 – 9 Prosperity … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching Embellishments | Comments Off on Constitution based on the Law of Moses: 

Things to do with sun ovens: 

Here are my notes from a webinar that was presented by SunOven.com any misinformation is the fault of the note taker. You can cook, purify water, bake, roast meats, boil, steam and dehydrate. Sun oven can get up to 350 to … Continue reading

Posted in Goulash | Comments Off on Things to do with sun ovens: 

Spelling luxurious: 

Good: luxurious Bad:    luxerous Remembering this may require some visual image for me. We have three Us in lUxUrioUs. Thank of a room filled with wealth that includes bowls upon bowls filled with treasure or luxurious contents thus the 3 … Continue reading

Posted in Speller Beezy and Other Ailments | Comments Off on Spelling luxurious: 

Stories for children: 

These are the notes I took from a presentation of Hannah B. Harvey, PHY, Professional story teller from some education CDs called the great courses. A teacher in front of a class presents the audience is in a submissive position. … Continue reading

Posted in Rock Soup | Comments Off on Stories for children: 

Home construction suggestions:

Years ago I was helping writing a book on home construction. It was a college project. I found one of my taped interviews of my cousin a home builder by the name Jerry Eaves. He builds homes as a business. … Continue reading

Posted in Tasks, Errands and Projects-Oh My | Comments Off on Home construction suggestions:

Joseph Smith sword by Howard Smith

These are the notes taken from a Book of Mormon conference I attended this spring. One of the panels was on LDS church history and discussed Joseph Smith’s sword. The presentation talked about the famous speech where Joseph raised the … Continue reading

Posted in Teaching Embellishments | Comments Off on Joseph Smith sword by Howard Smith

Spelling Catastrophe:

Bad:    catasterphey Good: catastrophe   Here is an idea. A catastrophe is when a major terrible event occurs. It’s worse than the average mishaps, so it’s takes the TROPHy of bad. Remember the sound of trophy and spell the last … Continue reading

Posted in Speller Beezy and Other Ailments | Comments Off on Spelling Catastrophe: