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Sunday, August 19, 2018

Hugs from my grandkids!

Author: Mark
Saturday, February 20, 2016
10:03 am

#Blessings: 1. Hugs from my grandkids. 2. Bike ride to get there. 3. Home alive.



Home Again!

Author: Mark
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
7:23 am

#Blessings: 1. Coming home. 2. Early bike ride. 3. Singing birds.



Home, Sweet Home

Author: Mark
Saturday, January 30, 2016
4:24 pm

#Blessings: 1. Coming home to Claudia. 2. Long bike ride. 3. The house of the Lord! 



Happy Holiday Season

Blessings, Family
Author: Mark
Sunday, January 3, 2016
5:45 am

#Blessings: 1. Week-long vacation. 2. Family at home. 3. My bicycling buddy! 



I Will Always Come Back Home!

Author: Mark
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
4:59 pm

#Blessings: 1. I’m coming home! 2. My sweetheart waiting for me. 3. Rapid transportation. 



Happy Saturday!

Author: Mark
Sunday, November 22, 2015
9:05 pm

#Blessings: 1. Beautiful autumn morning! 2. Mormon Channel Conversations. 3. Gospel Library Notebooks. (From a week ago)  


Great to be Home!

Author: Mark
Friday, November 13, 2015
5:18 pm

#Blessings: 1. Home, sweet home! 2. Refreshing afternoon bike ride. 3. Shirtsleeve weather in November! 



We are all Homemakers!

Conference Talk
Author: Mark
Friday, April 17, 2015
7:40 am


I loved reading this paragraph from Bonnie Oscarson’s talk in April General Conference

We need to take a term which is sometimes spoken of with derision and elevate it. It is the term homemaker. All of us—women, men, youth, and children, single or married—can work at being homemakers. We should “make our homes” places of order, refuge, holiness, and safety. Our homes should be places where the Spirit of the Lord is felt in rich abundance and where the scriptures and the gospel are studied, taught, and lived. What a difference it would make in the world if all people would see themselves as makers of righteous homes.

I had never really thought of myself as a homemaker before.  But certainly that is the case. I am gratetful for the privilege of “making our home” with dear Clodhopper for nigh onto 39 years.

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