Been dating for 7 months

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addresses these concerns and offers valuable insights, personal reflections (including the story of the author's courtship and marriage to Elder Oaks), and rich advice for living life to the fullest as a single member.

Are you a web programmer familiar with LAMP stack and want to work from home? Full time job, salaries range from around

addresses these concerns and offers valuable insights, personal reflections (including the story of the author's courtship and marriage to Elder Oaks), and rich advice for living life to the fullest as a single member.

Are you a web programmer familiar with LAMP stack and want to work from home? Full time job, salaries range from around $1,000-$6,000/month.

Saturday I prepared my Gospel Doctrine lesson late into the night and taught it the next morning.

Then on Sunday evening, I would depart again for work.

I felt tested, not only by circumstances but also by Heavenly Father.

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addresses these concerns and offers valuable insights, personal reflections (including the story of the author's courtship and marriage to Elder Oaks), and rich advice for living life to the fullest as a single member.Are you a web programmer familiar with LAMP stack and want to work from home? Full time job, salaries range from around $1,000-$6,000/month.Saturday I prepared my Gospel Doctrine lesson late into the night and taught it the next morning.Then on Sunday evening, I would depart again for work.I felt tested, not only by circumstances but also by Heavenly Father.

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Saturday I prepared my Gospel Doctrine lesson late into the night and taught it the next morning.

Then on Sunday evening, I would depart again for work.

I felt tested, not only by circumstances but also by Heavenly Father.

My demanding workload and dismal dating life were taking a toll, even though I had always had a strong conviction that everything would turn out well in the end. To complicate matters, at the end of June a competing corporation called to offer me my dream job, which would mean living in New York. My aunties, hearing at a family luncheon that I was about to become unemployed, arranged an appointment in June with a General Authority who had connections with the publishing business, the field I was just leaving.

It was a difficult time in my life because I wore “golden handcuffs.” Whenever I wished to quit my job, it became more lucrative.

Most of my life, energy, and time were going to my employment.

It was not until six months later that I learned that my future husband, at the prodding of his eldest daughter, Sharmon, was to commence his search for a wife in that very month. After I wrote my letter of resignation, I jokingly told friends, “I want to stay home and fold socks and clean the house.” One man at church said to me, “Oh, Kristen, with all your skills, you want to do more than be a nanny!

” He did not share my vision of a future husband and family, but his evaluation of my new job activities would prove partially accurate.

Shortly after my meeting with this General Authority (I do not use his name lest my account brand him as a particularly effective matchmaker), Elder Oaks phoned him and asked if he knew someone he should get to know as part of his search for a wife. Elder Oaks’s immediate phone call to me created a few daunting circumstances: he wanted to bring his daughter Sharmon to meet me before she left town the next day.