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That month when I lived in Europe.

Tonight is my last night in Europe. It’s been a long day–a long week, actually–full of buses, trains, and long distances on foot. Considering this, the idea of being back home in Texas is actually rather appealing. 1,325 more words


Taking Time to Put Time in Perspective

Early this morning our family of five was sitting at our breakfast table and my wife and I were explaining something to our kids that caused me to think deeper. 743 more words

Elder Josh Collins

One Small Candle Poem Inspired Mayflower School in Plymouth

One Small Candle junior Pilgrim Sophia age 9 inspires Plymouth School

Sophia’s Poem “The Crossing inspires Mayflower Community Academy on Ham Drive in Plymouth to write their own poems! 38 more words

Mayflower 400

"The world turned upside down..."

The Fourth of July was this past week, and all across America people sported red, white, and blue. Fireworks were sent off into the sky with a blast of pride for our nation. 458 more words

June in Books: The Waves; The Crossing; One Hundred Years of Solitude

I’ve spent a lot of time on trains this month, and a lot of time waiting in train stations. But as bad as that sounds, the upside is that it means I’ve had an awful lot of time for reading, which I’ve put to good use catching up on a couple of those overlooked classics kicking about on my to-be-read pile. 514 more words


The Crossing

My friend,

No man can know when,

That final blow will strike his heart,

He has only the certainty it will.

As his eyes becomes oceans, 160 more words