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Ten Years

Marriage

Wedding BenchYes, it’s true: as of today I’ve been married for ten years. To the same woman. A saint, you say? Without question, I respond. Anyone who knows me knows I’m no box of candy. By itself, the act of living with me for ten years qualifies her for sainthood. Res ipsa loquitur.

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To where does a mother turn?

Family, Marriage, Mormonism, Talks and Lessons

This year, I spoke in church on Mother’s Day. As one would expect, I focused on the sacred calling that motherhood is; however, since I’m not a mother, I looked at this topic from the perspective of a mother who has experienced much in her life — my mother.

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A thought for Mother’s Day

Marriage

I came across the following quote and, since we just celebrated Mother’s Day, I thought it an appropriate one to share and to add my fervent Amen:

A father can do no greater thing for his children than to let them feel that he loves their mother.
~ President David O. McKay

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Sending love songs

Marriage

Many couples have one song that puts them in the mood — Bryan and I have over 200 that span genres and decades.

Very early in our courtship, I was inspired to send him a song every day to express my feelings for him. What followed became a catalog of love songs that journaled the range of emotions I, and sometimes we, felt as the love between us grew.

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