What I talk about:
Experience with raising children, living the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Constitution, politics, history, the culture, and whatever else strikes my fancy that day!
Issues that come from being a single (divorced) mom who also happens to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
I feel like the special challenges that divorced, widowed, and not-yet-married individuals in the Church face are worth talking about and I want to give a voice to those who are in the same boat with me.
I hope you find some value in my podcasts and posts as I talk about things that are near and dear to my heart and, hopefully, to yours as well. My goal is to educate, entertain, uplift, and inspire.
I would love your feedback and input. I want this to be a community website, where you feel welcome and a part of a group of like-minded individuals. Please join the discussion!
Annette is a single mom of 3 girls, ages 8, 9, and 11. She teaches a class on Pakistan at BYU-Idaho Online. (No, she doesn’t speak the language and she’s never been to Pakistan, but she knows a boatload about the country.) She is an attorney who currently isn’t practicing law and may never return to the practice of law. She obtained her BA in Political Science with a Minor in History from Arizona State University, and her JD from University of LaVerne College of Law. She lives in a suburb of Denver, Colorado. She loves the sunshine and hates the snow. She loves cop shows like NCIS and murder mystery books (Agatha Christie). She loves dark chocolate, ’80s music, and dancing. She also enjoys the beach. Especially the beaches in Maui.