A Scary Night

Well I ended up riding in an ambulance to the hospital last night. It’s a long story, but basically I’d been having chest pain and difficulty in breathing since 1:00 o’clock on Tuesday, and when my arms went numb last night when I was nearly asleep, I pretty much thought I was dying. It was […]

What Are Your Kids Watching?

“Mom, Mom,” my four-year-old said in my face last week. I strained to open my eyes, coming reluctantly from a deep sleep. “What?” She looked at me with a completely straight face. “I found a Mimzy.” She showed me a pink bunny she’d received in her basket last April, nearly seven months ago. Mimzy is […]

Vouchers: Choice in Education

School vouchers are a hot issue in Utah this election time. Vouchers were passed in another election, but the teacher’s union and others banded together to get enough signatures to put it to vote again. Funny how that happened. You never see anyone trying to repeal a bond or overthrow a new tax, but this […]