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I sat outside on my yoga mat with my eyes closed and just breathed. It was cold outside in south eastern Arizona, but the sun warmed my upturned face. The kids were off in the grasslands playing in their “fort” and I could hear them laughing in the distance. For a moment I was content to […]

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Today was a new experience for us. Sam is the one that usually scouts out church for Sunday and then encourages us to get out the door on time. This has turned into his job as I’m typically still in the bathroom desperately trying to finish up my mascara after helping the kids with their […]

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A few weeks ago, we found ourselves hiking the Sound of Silence Trail in Dinosaur National Monument. It had been a rainy few days, but we found ourselves with a few hours of sunshine and set out on the trail. We were blessed with visitors from Jess’s family, and had a wonderful time chatting as […]

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During our stay in Moab, Utah, we were camped only 1,500 feet from the start of the Slickrock Trail. This particular trail is unique, with nearly the entire trail travels across the sandstone rock that makes up the landscape. The trail itself is grueling and difficult, but also includes a practice loop of much more […]

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Thanksgiving reminds me to be grateful, and Christmas reminds me of Christ. Though many Christmas traditions originate in interesting ways, I celebrate the way the holiday helps me turn my thoughts to Christ, and of the miracle and blessing of his birth. I try and make sure that I do not let myself get buried […]

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On Instagram over the last week or two we followed a few of our favorite popular people as they all converged in Provo to set the record for the most people participating in a live Nativity Scene (Scott Jarvie, Shay Carl, Peter Hollens, Alex Boye, Devin SuperTramp, Stuart Edge,  David Archuletta, and the Piano Guys). […]

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