I believe in miracles

Xavier had a good appointment with his ophthalmologist this week and it was good news; No need to wear glasses for now! We go back in 5 months for a follow up. He may still need glasses later. Everything else is going really well. He’s under weight but eating pretty well. He starts preschool onContinue reading “I believe in miracles”

Pray before spiritual nourishment

“In my life, I’ve done a lot of reading—books, newspapers, professional magazines, and scriptures. For a long time, I read them all the same. But when I was about 50, I learned a lesson that has shaped my life. My mother taught me not to eat without asking a blessing on my food. One dayContinue reading “Pray before spiritual nourishment”

Fill ‘er up and check the oil

I’ve always loved cars. When I was young I had an impressive Matchbox & Hot Wheels car collection. I liked the Mustangs, Camaros, Cougars, Impalas, Chevelles, Chargers, Challengers, and Bel Airs.  I really took good care of them. My family would laugh because at a pretty young age I could tell what the make andContinue reading “Fill ‘er up and check the oil”

Sales, Missions and Grit

Jason’s thoughts on sales, missions, and grit….. Sales is an interesting thing. I arrived late last night in Boston, MA. I spent a few hours ironing my shirt, getting last minute details prepared, going through my presentation, double checking my samples, and setting 4 alarms on my phone for 6:15 a.m. so I wouldn’t accidentallyContinue reading “Sales, Missions and Grit”

The beginning blog post

I had lunch with my good friend, Shawn Rapier, today who has started a successful LDS themed podcast called Latter-day Lives.  I was telling him how I often have faith-promoting Facebook posts, but they quickly disappear after a couple days, and nobody will ever see them again, whereas his podcast recorded last week, might beContinue reading “The beginning blog post”