Your Hardest Family Question: When Ecclesiastical Support Isn’t Supportive
Femme Faithful: Upending the Narrative of Women’s EducationBy Carol Rice and Breanne Su'a
Highlighting our Latter-day Saint Musicians—Daniel Beck and Elder Dansie
Cartoon: Surround Sound
Outstanding New Readers and Early Chapter Books
General Conference by the Numbers: Important Phrases from Last ConferenceBy Scott Brown
A Bad ScentBy Daris Howard
Michael ChopinJuly 31, 2015
No, you would not have made lousy pioneers then because things were simpler. The difference is that you are still a pioneer but now, in addition to the natural dangers of the wild, you also have to navigate through the traps set by men along the way. They are not looking for beaver anymore though it is the same principal. Trap beaver, sell to people for money. Now its trap people, convince them they have a need for a thing, take their money. The unrest of the comic strip is directly related to this fact.
RobynJuly 31, 2015
Have to wonder how they did it. Thanks again for the laughs and chuckles; also the insights.