Yeah, this is one of those posts where I talk about one of the weird things that I’ve been doing. I’m not going to get into technical details about how I did all that I did, but man was this an adventure.
Decoding the Ghost Tap Posts
So I apparently can’t move out of state because my family depends on my intimate knowledge of technology. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I am not the most knowledgeable person with technology, and I’m not an IT guy. I just know enough to help fix all of my family’s problems. So I guess I can’t leave as the Family Tech Support dude.
What follows is a paper I wrote for my Writings of Isaiah Class at BYU. We were required to discuss a portion of Isaiah that we found interesting, so I chose the Song of the Suffering Servant. We had to do a literary analysis and a doctrinal analysis.
One of the strangest things for me has been getting my bachelor’s degree in physics. Honestly, over the last few years, I have been terrified of the things that come with being a physics major. I just hated the things that were involved with being a physics major, from research to talking with others about science. It was really eating at me how much others seemed to exceed beyond me.
Well, fortunately for me, I finally hit my stride this year.
The end of an era has arrived. I can’t believe how something I’ve done for more than a third of my life is over. Yesterday was my final performance as a member of a Marching Band. I’m really going to miss it.
Never be defined by your past. It was just a lesson, not a life sentence.…
This is my latest sacrament talk all about the importance of having a Temple Recommend…
“Holding a cat by the tail teaches us things we can’t learn any other way.”
This is the sacrament meeting talk that I gave a few weeks ago. This talk is based on thoughts from Dale G. Renlund’s General Conference talk “Latter-day Saints Keep on Trying.” I hope you enjoy what I’ve written. The image above was taken by myself in Peru while we climbed a mountain for a better view of Machu Picchu.
The long wait has finally come to an end. The much anticipated Bee and PuppyCat premiere is tomorrow! Bee and PuppyCat is the newest installment by Frederator Studio’s Cartoon Hangover project. It was created by Natasha Allegri, known for her character design and storyboard art for Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time. The show is going to be fantastic, I promise. Keep reading to know why you should be excited.