Spare Change

We’re an hour from Dubai, the flight information displays on the small seat back monitor with live action digital simulation. I’m seated with my four kids, taking up half of the...

Everything depends on stickers. Okay, not EVERYTHING. But every THING in my house, my stuff, the contents of my little world. We’re about to move to Muscat, Oman and all of...

Garrett arrives on time with his Cannon wide angle lens, his tripod ready in realtor fashion. We begin in the office, turning on lights, adjusting the Plantation shutters, looking for the...

Kris Paronto, former Dixie alumni, Army Ranger and Blackwater Contractor spoke to a packed auditorium at Dixie State in St. George. I checked my son out of school for the noontime...

The boxes arrived, all five hundred and twenty of them, over 18,000 lbs. I stood on my front porch watching as the truck pulled up, the flatbed carrying a dozen wooden...

At five am I woke to the sounds of Maggie crying. She’d had a bad dream. I went to her room, held her tight and whispered a prayer in her ear....

I started this blog to share my experience of living in Sweden with friends (OK, mostly my mother), and the handful of kind individuals that still pencil my address into their...

I’m back, most of me anyway. There’s a piece of my heart in Central PA that remains affixed now and forever. I’m so grateful I had the chance to see my...

This is the Nobel Museum. Situated in the heart of Gamla Stan near the Royal Palace, the museum pays homage to the Nobel Prize Winners in six categories: Physics, Chemistry, Literature,...

I’ve been told the Ulriksdal Wardhus Julboard is on a list of things you should do before you die. I understand why now. It could just be the only time in...