When I married my husband almost 30 years ago, I expected him to oversee our finances and to make wise decisions about money. Whenever we hit the wall financially, my husband would take money out of his 401K to pay for things. He also took his social security early. I don't want to approach my 80's with barely anything to live on.
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How are children faring during this ideological war? What is happening to family relationships and the historical pattern for finding happiness and success in life? How is this war impacting business, government and religious groups? What impact does the family have on this battle?
Steve Rockwood and Elder Bradley D. Foster address everything from the Spirit of Elijah touching even non-Mormon ancestral research companies to the difference between genealogy being all about records and family history being all about stories. Here is Meridian's video interview with them at this year's Rootstech.
Silent stories await the curious browser as the Church History Library reopens February 21 with renovated public spaces welcoming eager imaginations to experience the new interactive features.
The past two weeks have been very challenging to those living in California with heavy rains and high winds. More than 200,000 have been evacuated from their homes and floods, levee breaks and power outages continue with more forecast for the next few days and even weeks. We are therefore changing our focus from power outages and concentrating on evacuations.
I’ve always liked cobblers. To me, it’s down-home country food. It’s part of my pioneer heritage. I love the fruit. I love the sugary, crisp topping. I associate cobblers with summer fruit, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some recipes for the perfect winter cobbler.