My niece, Amanda brought a delicious spinach and artichoke dip to share with us on Sunday. She is an outstanding cook, just like her mom. She also thoughtfully brought some Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crisps along so we would have some gluten-free crackers to eat with her dip. I have had this brand of crackers before, but if I remember right...they were bigger. These crackers were quite small, which is an ingenious way to get more dip per cracker and reduces the chance of anyone double dipping. :) See...there is a science to this--to maximize the taste and make our taste buds happy! I am rating these crackers at 7 out of 10, if you have a good dip covering them.
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Amanda works as a nurse in an emergency room. I can't imagine the pressure she feels in a job of this nature. Just as D. Todd Christofferson stated, "I wish to express gratitude for the influence of good women...Women bring with them into the world a certain virtue, a divine gift that makes them adept at instilling such qualities as faith, courage, empathy, and refinement in relationships and in cultures." https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2013/10/the-moral-force-of-women?lang=eng
Amanda doesn't realize how much she embodies this quote, because she just simply works hard and quietly sets an example for those around her. Her standard for what is right always shines through at work and in other settings. As I see it, Amanda's success is based partially upon these ideas as outlined by Richard G. Scott: