Friday, October 24, 2008

Major Endorsement for Prop 8

Nationally Acclaimed Pastor Rick Warren Announces Support for Proposition 8
October 24, 2008
Contact: Meg Waters, 949-461-9700
Lake Forest—Rick Warren, nationally acclaimed pastor and author of the New York Times bestselling “The Purpose Driven Life,” announced today his support in favor of Proposition 8, California’s Protect Marriage Act.
Warren, founder and senior pastor of Saddleback Church, affirmed his support of the proposition, which would restore the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman, in his News and Views email which is distributed to church members.
“For 5,000 years, every culture and every religion - not just Christianity - has defined marriage as a contract between men and women,” Warren wrote. “There is no reason to change the universal, historical definition of marriage to appease 2% of our population.”
A link to a video on the Saddleback Church was included, where Warren further discussed his support of Proposition 8. (

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Jarvie/Foy Laugh of the Week

The appearance of Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live gave us a big laugh during an otherwise depressing presidential campaign...

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Block it Like Brody!

I have the cutest son-in-law----just try to get it past him!

Monday, October 13, 2008


October is fire season in Southern California, and we had one in the brush close to our house today, but the wind was not blowing toward us so we were never threatened. All of Harbor View Phase 3 was evacuated to the Pavilions Supermarket. In the end, some homes were damaged but none were destroyed (it's hard to believe when looking at the pictures)---great job firefighters!

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Please Vote Yes on Prop 8

Last night the leaders of my church asked all of us to post this important information on our blogs. For information about this proposition, please study the website. The opponents of Proposition 8 have tried to paint this as "Proposition Hate". In fact, this proposition takes no rights away, it simply provides a legal definition of the word marriage, a traditional institution that we as members of the LDS Church believe is sacred and ordained by God.