Link to my sites from yours – include these banners on your site:
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – find basic beliefs, library of books and scriptures, and current news items
- Missão Brasil Curitiba – For missionaries and friends of the best mission in the world.
- Church News – weekly news of the Church
- Joseph Smith.net – information about the Prophet Joseph Smith
- Mormon.org -This is an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is specifically designed for those who are interested in learning more about the basic doctrines, teachings, history, and organization of the Church.
- Provident Living – self-reliance and welfare resources from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Humanitarian Services, food storage and preparedness, education and literacy, resource management, social and emotional strength, physical health, employment assistance, family and marriage counseling, adoption assistance.
- Be Smart.com – information about Institutes of Religion and schools owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
- Alpine School District – information for parents, students, and employees of Alpine School District.
- Brigham Young University – my alma mater.
- BYU Broadcasting – BYU’s TV and Radio stations
- BYU Sports – the only football team I will ever cheer for.
- University of Utah – I’ll always bleed blue, but I’m working on a Masters of Education here right now.
- Teaching and Learning 6741 with Philip Molebash – one of the two classes I am took my first semester of graduate school.
- University of Arizona – Where I most likely finished my formal education.
- U of A College of Education – The building I spent a lot of time in.
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- Check out the links available on Random Giggles: Education Links.
- The Art of Andrew Smith – amazing sculptures out of found objects with moving parts, or tracks for balls, or water falls, absolutely fascinating to watch. Also, his father’s, Dennis Smith, art.
- American Cancer Society
- Beyond Bread – a really yummy deli and bakery.
- Binary, Hex, Octal – for those times when you need to convert standard text to its binary, hexidecimal, or octal equivilant.
- The Daily Sudoku – an annoying logic puzzle.
- Deseret Morning News/KJZZ TV Marathon and 10K – my race!
- Desert Gypsy Dance Company – This is the belly dance troupe Kalista, the woman I took classes from, helps direct. She even came and did a mini-class at my bridal shower – BEST SHOWER EVER!!!
- Drum Corps International – The official website of Drum Corps International: Marching Music’s Major League
- Famous Mathematicians Pictures – shirts, mugs, posters, all with pictures of mathematicians, funny puns on pi, the creation according to quantum physics, and the golden mean. You can even joing the “Pi of the Month” club.
- Hubble Site – pictures (great wall papers) and information about the Hubble Telescope
- Kodak – Tips for Great Pictures. I have a secret desire to be a famous photographer. These are some good ideas.
- Merck Manuals – Medical manuals available on-line. I look here before and after I go to the doctor, so I have an idea of what they might say, and so I know what they said means.
- NASA – Space, it’s just so amazing
- Nathan Sawaya: Lego Artist – what he does with little plastic bricks is amazing. His comments about what he does with little plastic bricks are hilarious.
- National Geographic – all kinds of info and fun pictures
- Quilts Your Way – a message board full of wonderful quilters all over the world who help and encourage each other. I love looking at the pictures of other projects they’ve done and being inspired for projects of my own. I’m even involved if the Christmas block swap of 2005.
- Runner’s World – magazine and information for all types of runners
- Set – a game of visual perception, available as cards and online
- Snoopy.com – The Official Peanust Website.
- Tucanos Brazillian Grill – If you want to make me happy, take me here for food.
- Tucson Marathon – marathon in December in Tucson, AZ
- Utah Walks.org – Whether your purpose is exercise, a scenic break or just a boost of energy, walking can help improve your mood, reduce stress, strengthen your self confidence and help you live a longer, healthier life.
- Venus Transit – June 8, 2004 – first since 1882. The next chance will be in 2012. After that it will be in 2117
- Wildflower sites: Wildseed Farms; Texas Hill Country Wildflower Trail; Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
East – Stops going from Utah to Indiana
- Mormon Handcart Visitor’s Center – Experience a handcart trek much like the one pioneers endured over 150 years ago. Visit the Mormon Handcart Visitors’ Center and view exhibits recording the tragic circumstances of two handcart companies.
- Winter Quarters – where the pioneers camped during the winter of 1846 and 1847 before heading west to Salt Lake City
- Kanesville Tabernacle – built by 200 pioneers in just two-and-a-half weeks, Brigham Young was sustained as the second prophet and president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints here.
- Nauvoo – Once home to thousands of settlers, Nauvoo rivaled its neighbor Chicago in size. Over two dozen historic sites have been returned to their former stature and refurbished with period furnishings by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- Carthage Jail – where Joseph Smith, the first President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his brother Hyrum were martyred.
- Lincoln Home – the home Lincoln lived in for 17 years before leaving to be the President of the United States
- Lincoln Tomb – the final resting place of Abraham Lincoln, his wife, and three of their children
West – Stops going from Indiana to Utah
- Mount Rushmore – that rock with all the faces on it