Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Imperfect Balance

Justice, Mercy, Victims on All Sides, and Imperfect Balancing  By Ken K. Gourdin  It’s worth remembering that there are innocent victims on all sides of a crime.  The friends and relatives who enjoy the companionship of their loved ones who … Continue reading

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Reflections on Annette Funicello’s Passing

Odds and Ends: Annette Funicello, The Mickey Mouse Club, Life, Death, and Spending Whatever Time One Has as Well as Possible in Between By Ken K. Gourdin Original Mousketeer (Mickey Mouse Club Member) Annette Funicello is one of those rare … Continue reading

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New Reflection House

Why “New Reflection?”                                                                 By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note – As someone with a complex mental health history, I am a big proponent of psychosocial rehabilitation, particularly of the Clubhouse Model.  I have written elsewhere on the blog about … Continue reading

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Reproach Remover?

Do you need someone to “take away [your] reproach”?  Are you one of seven independent, career-minded LDS, SWFs willing to “eat [your] own bread” and “wear [your] own apparel,” seeking an LDS, SWM, RM so that you can “be called … Continue reading

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Women and the Priesthood

On the Movement to Ordain Women to the Priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ark-Steadying, and the Lord’s Assurances That He “is Able to Do [His] Own Work” By Ken K. Gourdin Author’s Note – The … Continue reading

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