"My Journal is Written to be Read." - Alex Hicken This journal entry includes the topics of hanging out at the Boardwalk, my new job, serving at the Oakland temple as an ordinance worker, Oakland temple renovations, designing a fireplace for my cousin on #Revit, playing with two little 1st cousins once removed, and a hay party. http://mormonysa.blogspot.com/2014/08/august-9-2014.html
"My Journal is Written to be Read" - Alex Hicken This entry explains some of my efforts during the week like in school, FHE, and track, since I didn't do much this weekend. http://mormonysa.blogspot.com/2014/06/june-22-2014.html
"My Journal is Written to be Read." - Alex Hicken Contents in this entry includes playing with my little first cousins once removed, a big Sunday for my aunt, my work environment and reflections on anger, designing a skylight on #REVIT, meeting family, and a cow-family, a real cowboy and two real cowgirls! http://mormonysa.blogspot.com/2014/08/august-19-2014.html
"My Journal is Written to be Read." - Alex Hicken (August 2, 2014) Contents include chilling with my Japanese brothers on the beach, a monopoly game, #Revit modeling for my cousin's and first client's house, serving a grandma, a jog to the Land of Medicine Buddha, and getting a couple days of work in last week. http://mormonysa.blogspot.com/2014/08/august-2-2014.html
The Mormon Young Single Adult (YSA) Blog Spot: "My Journal Is Written To Be Read" - Alex Hicken February 23, 2014 Content: Seeing Arcane Dimension, Atrocity, and Leaves' Eyes in Concert with my Sombie Little Brother
"My Journal is Written to be Read" - Alex Hicken (June 29, 2014) The contents of this entry are my first #REVIT renderings, my 4th of July activism, the conclusion of #BYUI track, the stressful conclusion of my semester, and feeling the Holy Ghost. http://mormonysa.blogspot.com/2014/07/june-29-2014.html
"My Journal is Written to be Read." - Alex Hicken The contents of this journal entry are the conclusion of my semester in BYUI, rendering in #REVIT, becoming a cross country coach, working with LDS Single Friends, expanding the Mormon YSA Blog Spot, and more.