"We seldom get into trouble when we speak softly. It is only when we raise our voices that the sparks fly and tiny molehills become great mountains of contention."
- - Gordon B. Hinckley
According to Hoole
by Daryl Hoole

Evaluating Your Emphasis - January 05, 2016
Peace [on My Spot] on Earth - December 15, 2015
The Art of Productive Worrying - October 13, 2015
My Mothers' Wash Day - August 25, 2015
Going Home - July 14, 2015
The Top Job - May 12, 2015
Do the Right Things Right - April 14, 2015
Space and Time Enough - March 10, 2015

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About Daryl Hoole

A native of Salt Lake City, Daryl Hoole has written and lectured extensively on home management and family living. She has served on the ward, stake, regional, and general levels of the Church. It has also been her privilege to fulfill three missions -- once to the Netherlands when she was young and single; another time as companion to her husband as he presided over the Netherlands Amsterdam Mission; and the third time with two other senior couples as Asia Area Welfare/Humanitarian Administrators, headquartered in Hong Kong.

She and her husband Hank and are the parents of eight living children, the grandparents of thirty-six, and the great-grandparents of a rapidly increasing number.

Her website is www.theartofhomemaking.com.

She currently serves in the Salt Lake Temple as a sealing assistant.

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