Healthy Alternative

I’m certainly not the source to go to for eating healthy all the time, but I do try my best. I’m not vegan, I’m not even vegetarian, but I have no problem transitioning to a no meat option. In fact, yesterday my sister and I went to eat at the Olive Garden and I got … Read more

Unveiling Lë mon

A chocolate core… covered in a creamy lemon candy fondant…. and wrapped in chewy, buttery caramel and toasted pecans… is what makes up the new Sweet Log: Lë mon. This sweet log is a perfect combination of sweet and sour. For sale now at Fahrenheit 350°!

Rain or Shine

In Oregon, the only month in which you can depend on good weather, is the month of August. Weddings, camping trips, hikes and outdoor adventures always fill up the month of August in Oregon. And, while the rest of the country is busy starting school, Oregon prolongs the start of school until September – allowing … Read more

Sister Envy

Our first Sunday here in Utah, in our new home and in our new ward, my sister Pamela was introducing me to her friends and people she knew, when one of her friends said, “I’m so jealous – I totally have sister envy!” Being away for seven years, I totally had sister envy too! but … Read more

Chocolate of the Earth

It’s impossible for me not to be passionate, ask… well, pretty much anyone that has so much as encountered me. To tell me not be passionate is like telling me not to be diabetic, I can’t control it. I’m passionate about baking, I’m passionate about writing, I’m passionate about religion, and I’m passionate about politics. … Read more

Parting Gifts

For the past three years, I have taught Primary in my ward. I was first called as the Sunbeam teacher in 2006, and my class consisted of four little 3 year olds: Elijah, Brigham, Iverson and Maria. They had been attending primary for several months without a regular teacher, so they hardly knew what to … Read more