Feeling Truth

Two nights ago, I sat in a small auditorium waiting for my daughter to perform in her end-of-the-school year dance program. I don't know much about dance. If the dancer's movements are in sync with the music I'm satisfied. My daughter's group … [Continue reading]

Homemade Bread


If you drive down Canyon View Drive in Santa Clara UT on a Saturday afternoon you might find Nathan and Logan selling bread on the corner across from the elementary school. I’ve purchased a few loaves of bread since moving to Santa Clara last year, … [Continue reading]

Confessing Loss of Faith to Parents


Touching story (To Russia with Love) from Elna Baker who traveled to Siberia to tell her parents she has left Mormonism. 'In the end, you just hope you let go of the right things." … [Continue reading]

This Is What It’s Really Like

One benefit that’s come from starting my own business and working from home has been the time I’ve been able to spend with my children. When I had a longer commute and worked a corporate job, I was occasionally able to attend important school events … [Continue reading]



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Lunch Detention

I found myself in the principal’s office this morning. Sitting across the desk in my University of Utah hoodie, I explained how my son had been bullied by another student this past week. At least I think he’d been bullied. My son is … [Continue reading]

Mormonthink Responds to Plural Marriage Essay

Mormonthink released a response to the LDS church’s essay titled “Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo”, and it’s well worth reading if you're interested in the early history of the mormon church. The details about Helen Mar Kimball are … [Continue reading]

Learning to Wet Shave


I purchased my first Braun electric razor in 1987 while I was living in Germany. Up until that time I shaved using cheap disposable razors. That’s what I watched my father use, and I figured I’d continue the tradition of blue Gillette razors and … [Continue reading]