I remember thinking at one point of how little I really needed to be happy in life. We lived in pretty humble circumstances, yet I was as happy,
Parfois, vous reconnaissez quand vous êtes témoin d'un miracle. C'était un moment miraculeux à Pau. Je pense que tout membre qui était là pendant ce temps se souviendra de lui comme rien de moins qu'un miracle.
Sometimes you recognize when you are witnessing a miracle. I knew that I was seeing a miracle first-hand. There was a very special feeling as all of this was happening. This was a miraculous time in Pau. The Spirit of God was so strong and the hand of the Lord was so obvious in the missionary work.
Shortly after my wife and I got married, her grandmother passed away. Since my wife and her family were from Port Angeles, Washington, and we lived in Provo, Utah, I did not know her family very well. I had only met most of them once or twice and had not really met many of the extended... Continue Reading →
When we moved to Highland, Utah we were excited to have a big yard. We had three daughters; Julienne was 6, Maggie had just turned 5, and Emma was almost 2. Part of the appeal of the house was a big playground in the back yard and room for a trampoline. We bought a trampoline... Continue Reading →
We poke a little fun at a fictitious diehard BYU fan, Bob, who can't grasp that his team is just not too good this year.
Life is hard. Starting a business isn't easy. In November 2007 I decided to quit a good-paying job that I hated, and take a crack again at starting another business. I've started several. Most have failed. I've been blessed and my company Professional Cable is still running almost 10 years later. We supply cables such... Continue Reading →
My friend Ben is a good guy, but this story is truly amazing. I got to know Ben when he worked for Weber State. We were at a trade show in Madison, WI and a group of us from Utah decided to drive down to Nauvoo, IL after the trade show and visit the Church... Continue Reading →
I served my mission before bike helmets were much of a thing. About half-way through my mission, we had a mandatory bike helmet rule and we were issued some very unfashionable bike helmets. So not only were the helmets not very flattering; big white and red helmets, but people were not used to seeing people wear bike... Continue Reading →