I live in the grand state of Texas! I' love Texas!! I've learned it's hotter than the devils tongue...more beautiful than a fresh baked cup cake....and friendlier than the high school counselor that gave you the creeps. Come share my adventures in life. I'm a mother of three beautiful one's & two hairy ones (my doggies). I must also mention that I'm the CEO of the family. I've learned that life is more than 'my fine shirt just got soaked' bath times, 'hey we are so running fashionable late again' swimming lessons, your most recent 'break down' in the laundry room (yes I'm talking to you; now put down the dryer lint slowly), the latest 'does my butt look big' moment, or even that rock awesome meal you cooked last night. Life is random, sexy, unbelievable, predictable and darn cool. Lets get crafty, create, explore Texas, and have some pretty sweet experiences!

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Utah County Events

Seminar: Preparing for Healthy Intimacy in a Sexually Toxic Culture
January 15 from 7 – 9 p.m.: Grande Ballroom Student Center, UVU, Orem, UT
This seminar for young adults will be taught by Jill Manning, Ph.D., author of What’s the Big Deal About Pornography, and Dan Gray, a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in counseling those dealing with pornography addiction. Admission is free.

BYU Winterfest
January 21—February 19: Conference Center Theater, SLC, UT
Winterfest 2011 is bringing nationally and internationally acclaimed BYU performing groups to Salt Lake City. Audiences will witness unique, stirring performances by BYU’s Wind Symphony and Chamber Orchestra, the Ballroom Dance Company, Vocal Point, Living Legends and the International Folk Dance Ensemble. For event details, visit http://lds.org/events/

Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra Auditions
The Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra, located in Utah County, is now seeking musicians. In its inaugural season, the TSO is led by John Pew, formerly of the Temple Hill Symphony Orchestra in Oakland, California. The first performances will take place on April 8 and 9, 2011, and will feature guest artist Jeffrey Shumway, chair of the piano faculty at BYU, playing the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2. Musicians are warmly invited to audition. The orchestra has openings in all sections. For further information or to schedule an audition, please contact John at 801.210.2466 or send an email to auditions@thetso.org.

The Gospel Blesses My Life Exhibit
January 7 – July 4: Church History Museum, SLC, UT
Through art, children from forty-two countries share how knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ has blessed their lives. This artwork will also be featured in the “Our Creative Friends” section of the March 2011 issue of the Friend. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.churchhistorymuseum.org.

“Reflections of Christ” art exhibit
January 7- April: The Idaho Falls Temple Visitors Center
This traveling exhibit continues to move about the country reminding everyone who visits to ponder the reality of Jesus Christ’s Ministry. Feel the emotion of the musicians and view the entire “making of” documentary with commentary from the creators. This exhibit is open daily and is free.

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