As we ponder the questions of whom and how to honor, our varied answers should lead us through the principles of respect, affection, and forgiveness to charity, or the pure love of Christ. Continue reading To hono(u)r
We found apartment 931 by chance. We made it—that wonderful little apartment—our home by choice. Continue reading Finding our first home
Government operations come to a halt as Democrats and Republicans bicker over healthcare, the debt, and ideology. Continue reading America’s government closes up shop
Zion is more than a physical place. It is a spiritual state, which means it can be established anywhere—even here in New York City. Continue reading Establishing—and becoming—Zion
I didn’t finish college. But sometimes the right path doesn’t go the way you—or others—expect. Continue reading Dustin the dropout
Our move to New York has one overarching theme: it was not just coincidence. Continue reading How we ended up here
Tuesday, 6 November 2012 | President Barack Obama, a Democrat, wins reelection while Republican numbers shrink in both houses of Congress. Continue reading Four more years
NEW YORK • DECEMBER 2012 Dear family and friends, TWENTY TWELVE began on a dour note for Dustin. It wasn’t because he turned 30 nine days into the new year, but rather because he realized that he now looks like he’s 30. Fortunately, February proved to be a lot brighter. This year was a leap year, which meant that we got to celebrate our real … Continue reading Our annual holiday letter, 2012
Of course residents of the District of Columbia deserve voting representation in Congress—but D.C. doesn’t have to become a state to make that happen. Amend the Constitution instead. Continue reading Amend the Constitution
Of course residents of the District of Columbia deserve full voting representation in both houses of Congress. And the best way to achieve this is by making D.C. a state. Continue reading Grant D.C. statehood
While Susan and Dustin disagree on the best mechanism to achieve full voting rights for the District of Columbia, we both firmly believe that D.C.’s 630,000 residents deserve it. Continue reading Of course D.C. deserves voting representation
I’m thankful for the opportunity we’ve had to move to New York, but that doesn’t mean I don’t miss Washington, D.C. Here are the things I miss most about our former home. Continue reading The top 10 things I miss about Washington, D.C.
Really remembering our Savior means more than simply not forgetting him. It means upholding the covenants we have made with him.
Adapted from a talk Dustin gave in the sacrament meeting of the Washington DC 3rd Ward on 10 July 2011. Continue reading To always remember Him
Giving this newfangled marvel of 21st-century engineering a try. A print version, so to speak, of a video we made for our YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/DialannTV. Continue reading Taking the Coca-Cola Freestyle for a spin