187th Annual General Conference – Saturday Morning General Session

As seems to happen often, I’m at work today. Luckily, I’m able to arrange my schedule so that I can watch the session during an extended lunch. I’ll be home by 3:30 or so, so can watch the next session at home with my family. For the last couple of weeks we have been down […]

182nd Semiannual General Conference – Sunday Afternoon General Session

Well, here we are ready for the last session. In between these Sunday sessions, I lay down with the kids to watch Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, but I fell asleep almost right away. It was a nice nap 🙂 While the countdown was up on the screen for this session of conference, I […]

Star Wars Family Tree

Some people aren’t that interested in genealogy/family history or they say they don’t have enough time to do it. Well, as you can see, family history really is for everyone! 🙂 Note: This image has a copyright from Lucasfilm, but I can’t find it on their site to link to. I found this recently on […]

181st Semiannual General Conference – Saturday Afternoon General Session

I gave myself a haircut, shaved, and had a shower between the sessions. I’m now refreshed for the next session 🙂 President Dieter F Uchtdorf conducted A Primary choir provided the music The choir sang a song I didn’t catch the name of and I Thank Thee, Dear Father Elder Won Yong Ko offered the […]

180th Annual General Conference – Sunday Afternoon Session

Well, another General Conference has come to a close. I know I comment on this every time, but it’s hard for me to get through 10 hours worth of meetings over two days. I don’t know how the General Authorities manage to do get through it in the Conference Center without falling asleep. We watched […]

Recent Family Search training

As I mentioned before, I get emails that go to the Family History Consultants. An email I got a while ago had a link to an address that Elder L. Whitney Clayton gave to Family History Consultants in the Salt Lake, Jordan River, and Bountiful temple districts in late 2007. The email includes a link […]

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