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Driving Miss CrazyBy DeNae Handy

Praying that "we'll drive home in safety" may be even more necessary than we thought.

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Two in the Smoking Section

If I really want my mother to work herself into a lather, I'll tell her I intend to be cremated. She won’t look up from her crossword puzzle, but she’ll be foaming, you know, on the inside.

By DeNae Handy
The Forever End of Summer Break

Both of our girls started bawling on their 12th birthdays and didn’t stop until they went away to college.

By DeNae Handy
Facebook ‘em, Danno

Missionaries on Facebook, huh? I gotta tell you, the Church just gets truer and truer.

By DeNae Handy
Could You Repeat the Question…in Two Years?

My shortcoming assail me in temple recommend interviews.

By DeNae Handy
Family/Latter-day Laughs

Meridian reader Marsha Smith writes: “My daughter was sitting next to her 5-year-old son when she noticed he had written with pen all over the top of his head. When she asked him why he did it he replied: ‘I ran out of paper.’” Come laugh with us.

By Trisha Manwaring
Life’s Outtakes- Old Hickory - The Board Of Education

The paddle, which hung prominently on the wall, was shaped like a tennis racket, and about an inch thick. On one side was written “Board of education” and on the other were the words “Old Hickory”.

By Daris Howard
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Meridian reader Kym Anderson writes: “Once during family home evening, we asked the children to tell us their favorite story about Jesus. Noah raised his hand and said: ‘My favorite story was when Jesus healed the ten leprechauns.’" Come laugh with us.

By Trisha Manwaring
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“I was looking for children to sing solos for ‘Follow the Prophet.’ A little Sunbeam raised his hand to volunteer. I asked him if he knew what it meant to sing a solo. He confidently nodded yes so I told him that he needed to sing alone. He sweetly sa

By Trisha Manwaring