Tag Archives: happy

Sometimes things work. Sometimes they break.

Yesterday my son spent the day with his girlfriend – it was a grand tour of celebration. Her brother was married yesterday and my son was caught up in the festivities. Throughout the day he guessed they drove 200 miles … Continue reading

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Happy Everything!

Have you ever considered your talents? How very odd and unique and wonderful a compilation they really are? For example, I was born to racquets. I know, odd huh? My grandma used to tell me, EVERY time I saw her, … Continue reading

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A Forest in the Desert

It’s hot. A dry heat that seems to suck every last ounce of water out of your system. In fact, it seems to suck the sound out of the environment around me. Sage brush and wheat stand silent in the … Continue reading

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Meeting an Old Friend for the First Time

This I Cary. Cary and I first met when my family moved to Sandy, Utah in 1974. He was quite a bit older than me in kid years – probably two grades ahead of me. So I saw him around, … Continue reading

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Sidewalk Cafe Student and Philosopher

Life is an interesting thing – I guess that’s true in a lot of ways, but I often think about how many people there are on this planet that don’t know me. I mean, really! They have no clue who … Continue reading

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Pioneer Trek – Ma’s and Pa’s

I need to add another piece to the trek story. That is the amazing Ma and Pa of each family. I had three kids on that trek – so I got the call and was asked to volunteer to be … Continue reading

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Pioneer Trek – Support Staff

I returned yesterday from a three day adventure I won’t soon forget. I was asked to document nearly 300 kids between the ages of 14 and 18, dressed in pioneer clothing, as they pulled handcarts over 23 miles of mud, … Continue reading

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