Good job, Jen! I'm an evangelical, former LDS and I never tire of hearing
good things about Mormons. I do not share the theology, but I am proud of my
pioneer heritage and the standards with which I was raised.I do see
MapleDon's point when it becomes obsessively annoying. But this was an
entirely positive and on-point article. No need to disparage its importance in
what could have been a deal-breaker for a religious, non-drinking or
non-gambling person. I just texted my San Jose friends to patronize
Jen's business because of her ethics!
Our obsession with Mormons on TV is downright weird. Do you think this means a
person has finally made it? They've finally arrived? For
Pete's sake, give it a rest.
She was my favorite by the last half of the contest. And I thought she should
have been in the finals over Gretal-Ann. It would have been a much closer
finale. That girl can pipe! Way to go Jen.
I only saw the last four episodes, I watched the final last night. Jen is
great, she always seemed to be taking the higher road. It is a shame that she
ended up third because of the one gal cheating and doing dirty tricks. Ashely
has great talent, it is a shame that she has such a foul mouth. Jen, you played
honestly and you conducted yourself with dignity, you are the real winner here.
Thanks for your inspiring example.
I am real proud of Jen and her commitment to keeping her standards in spite of
the environment around her. Even if she doesn't win the competition, I
feel she is a winner of the best kind. Good luck to her!