I found a tool that can convert letters to numbers on the phone (letter to number association): http://www.miniwebtool.com/word-to-phone-number-converter/ Robinson 76246766 K R Robinson 5 7 76246766 Kim R Robinson 546 7 76246766 Kimberly D Robinson 54623759 3 76246766
My two sons Alexander and Nathaniel, and I were privileged to sing in the General Priesthood Session 2015 Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee Praise to the Lord, the Almighty Lord, I Would Follow Thee We’ll Bring the World His Truth
Addictions run wild in the world today, CARMEX, ChapStick and Lip Balms are and have been a major concern for those with addictive personalities, is there truth to it? Source: Can You Get Addicted to CARMEX or Lip Balm? | Odd Random Thoughts
“I want to give my children everything that I didn’t have when I was a kid?” Have you ever heard someone say this? Have you ever said it yourself? Every time I hear that statement I wonder two things,a) what exactly does it mean? and b) why? As a parent of twenty somethings, I see a lot in them, their friends, and their generation in general, that suggests that we parents may be giving them entirely too much.
We try to teach our children not to seek for instant results or instant gratification, but they have friends and others they associate with that bleed this into their desire “to have it now”.
When our children work for something or buy items with their own money, they respect and take care of it better and understand more about where things come from and more on their way to how to live.
Microwave GenerationDescribing our fascination with instant gratification. Cell phones, txt/sms messages, and email.As members of the microwave generation we have become so impatient, we find ourselves standing in front of the microwave tapping our foot yelling “Come on 15 seconds!”
This is the term I have used to describe my Children’s attitude and others around their age.
look at what I came across in the WordPress.com reader feed… Source: Why is it important to learn about my family history? ‹ Reader — WordPress.com My eldest son’s blog post — see the full / real version at Nathaniel’s Universe: Why is it important to learn about my family history?
Our visiting High Councilman today spoke on Reverance, the Sacrament, and preparing for Sabath day before we are here, and gave “borrowed” messages from the Brethren: Jeffery R Holland: This Do in Remembrance of Me https://www.lds.org/general-conference/1995/10/this-do-in-remembrance-of-me?lang=eng L. Tom Perry: The Sabath and the Sacrament https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2011/04/the-sabbath-and-the-sacrament?lang=eng Dallin H Oaks: Sacrament Meeting and the Sacrament https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2008/10/sacrament-meeting-and-the-sacrament?lang=eng Melvin … Read more…
The Perfect Law of Liberty Marion G. Romney https://www.lds.org/general-conference/1981/10/the-perfect-law-of-liberty?lang=eng I have titled these remarks “The Perfect Law of Liberty.” As a youth, I was stirred by Patrick Henry’s famous battle cry, “Give me liberty or give me death!” The meaning of the word liberty is difficult to circumscribe. Abraham Lincoln was of the opinion that … Read more…
transcript of video: It is a crowning privilege of a husband and wife who are able to bear children to provide mortal bodies for these spirit children of God. “We declare that God’s commandment for His children to multiply and replenish the earth remains in force.” We go forward in faith–realizing the decision of how many children … Read more…