Heather B. Moore blogs at With Things Divine and she sent to us her post “Finding Peace Through the Atonement.” She comments: “Finding peace in our lives may sometimes seem impossible as we struggle with disappointments, broken hearts, illness, death of a loved one, or financial problems.” If we can understand the Atonement even a little bit, we will be able to balance our life and find that peace that ‘passeth understanding.” Heather is a published author; her latest, Alma the Younger is in stores now.
At TigerSue’s Jungle, she’s very “Grateful for the Atonement.” And shouldn’t we be grateful too? She says: “Yesterday Michael and I were at church without the girls during Sacrament meeting. Normally I try to focus on the symbols and emblems of the sacrament, but I think this time it was more focus on what it means for me.” Let’s count our blessings, especially for the Atonement, a gift from our Savior.
Don’t you just love fried chicken? Si Foster posted this recipe in her blog A Bountiful Kitchen, “Southern Buttermilk Fried Chicken.” I had been looking for a good recipe, and I think I found it. She sells it like this: “If you love fried chicken, you are going to go gaga over this. It's made with white meat, and fried in just a little oil.”
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