This multi-plotted film focuses on young Jimmy, the oldest child of a large LDS family and his struggles in choosing his parents' faith--particularly in regards to adding more children to their large family--or popularity with the world. A large subplot deals with his younger sister and her romance continued from premortality. This is one of the most important LDS videos ever made, this was adapted from the 1974 play, arguably the best-known LDS play in existence. The video version has inherited the play's popularity, becoming the only-known version to another generation of Latter-day Saints. Despite its importance, many Church members take issue with its doctrine and dramatic/musical quality. Some controversy surrounded its production. The opening credits, featuring children of the filmmakers and their friends, is the only portion not directly related to the stage play.
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This was our first game together in two years, and we made a whole day of it. We drove down from NYC and got to the stadium early for batting practice. I snagged a couple of baseballs, met a bunch of friendly fans, resisted the urge to use my glove trick, caught up with some friends on the Houston Astros, and ate a classic/Phillies concession item. We had a great time, and best of all for the home crowd, the Phillies won in convincing fashion. (Perhaps the Astros should have taken a full BP after all.) And BTW, this game took place on July 26, 2017. As promised, here’s the complete list of MLB stadiums that my mom has been to — turns out there are 13: Shea Stadium Citi Field old Yankee Stadium new Yankee Stadium Veterans Stadium Citizens Bank Park Fenway Park Camden Yards Nationals Park Guaranteed Rate Field Chase Field Dodger Stadium Tokyo Dome Here’s a video that we filmed together at Shea Stadium way back in 1996: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGeOeGupYNU Here’s a blog entry about a game we attended at Shea on my birthday in 2005: https://mlblogssnaggingbaseballs.wordpress.com/2005/09/15/91405-at-shea-stadium/ Here are more blog entries about games with my mom . . . Citizens Bank Park in 2007: http://zackhample.mlblogs.com/2007/07/26/72407-at-citizens-bank-park/ Dodger Stadium in 2009: https://mlblogssnaggingbaseballs.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/51809-at-dodger-stadium/ Citi Field in 2010: http://zackhample.mlblogs.com/2010/09/30/92910-at-citi-field/ Tokyo Dome in 2012: https://mlblogssnaggingbaseballs.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/32912-at-the-tokyo-dome/ Nationals Park in 2013: http://zackhample.mlblogs.com/2013/06/27/62513-at-nationals-park/ Camden Yards in 2013: http://zackhample.mlblogs.com/2013/06/29/62613-at-camden-yards/ new Yankee Stadium in 2015: http://zackhample.mlblogs.com/2015/08/25/72215-at-yankee-stadium/ There are probably more, but you get the gist. Thanks for reading, watching, following, and subscribing!
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