Monthly Archives: October 2009

Running on Empty, Running Blind

I left Provo on Friday.  Luckily, I didn’t have to drive.  I was physically and emotionally beat.  I needed a break. After I crashed in Page AZ for 36 hours, the crew from Engineers Without Borders (EWB) headed out to the lands … Continue reading

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The Last Cut Is the Deepest

About the only official (or near official) Mormon publication I enjoy reading these days is BYU/Magazine.  The recent edition (Fall 2009) is an excellent case in point.  I really enjoyed the Commentary “Loving Our Neighbor” by Barbara Culatta, a BYU … Continue reading

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Break on Through

Years ago, before I could face the pain of dealing with our Regional Office, I stopped at what is now Carl’s Jr for breakfast.  After a delightful snack, I started back toward the SLC Federal building.  As I was leaving … Continue reading

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