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Surviving Sacrament Meeting

By Terresa Wellborn

When I was growing up, church was something we dashed to the last minute after Sunday morning cartoons and bowls of sugar-doused Cheerios. My mom was as kind as she was crazy: she let us bring anything to church except the family dog and roller-skates. Over the years we lugged armfuls of books, crayons, dolls, …

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Freeze Dried Jello and Other Food Storage Oddities

By Terresa Wellborn

Growing up, my mom regularly foisted food storage powered milk on us, which we sleuthed from a mile away. It had a horrible mouthfeel and gave us the runs, hives, or both. Food storage was bomb shelter fare we’d eat only if the Russians attacked, there was an alien invasion, or a famine — and …

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