Monday, July 8, 2013

Published


I wrote a little piece for the New Era, a faith promoting magazine aimed at the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

I wrote it a few years ago, and I'm not sure how much was changed by the editors and how much was just my own troublesome transitions, but it sounds a little foreign.  Just a little.  It mostly sounds like me.

My pal, Emily, noted that the best thing about being published in the New Era is seeing how they choose to illustrate the story.  Though, I was, most certainly, wearing pants when this actually happened, I do love the kicky red boots.

Read the story here.

7 comments:

  1. nice story, sounds familiar...except mine was sugar snap peas in my stroller that I did not purchase and inadvertently stole, and later returned. I wont' lose my integrity over $1.35. also familiar because you told me this story before. I still like it.

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  2. So wait, there is an antique store in Rexburg?

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  3. So wait, there is an antique store in Rexburg?

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  4. Loved the story! I will likely use it seminary class this next year so thanks so much for sharing your writing:) (This is Shiloh's mom, Debbie, just fyi.)

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