Monthly Archives: January 2013

Might not the reverse be true?

Last week in one of my Family History classes I mentioned the feeling I have that it is when I make an effort to know my ancestors and make a connection with them by understanding who they are and how … Continue reading

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Feeding the quail

It snowed again today. We woke with 4-6″ on the ground. It was quiet out. It took some doing to clear the driveway and the sidewalks. After a couple of hours had passed, it was as if we never even … Continue reading

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The Weight of a Snowflake, a parable

“Tell me the weight of a snowflake,” a sparrow asked a wild dove. “Nothing more than nothing,” was the answer. “In that case I must tell a marvelous story,” the sparrow said. “I sat on a branch of a fir … Continue reading

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Garments made white

I read 1 Nephi 12:10-11 this morning, where it says, “because of their faith in the Lamb of God their garments are made white in his blood.” I’m remembering a journal entry made a couple of years ago about the … Continue reading

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Take off the lids

Today during sacrament meeting, I watched as Aaron and the other Priests reverently prepared the sacrament. After serving the bread, and receiving the empty trays, they covered them carefully with the white cloth, and then lifted the cloth off of … Continue reading

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My Heart is Frozen

On Thursday evening, 17 January, my computer froze in the middle of a project I was working on. Just like that, everything locked up. I tried to turn the computer off. It wouldn’t turn off. It was frozen. I felt … Continue reading

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Eating Radishes on a Snowy Day

I’m standing at my kitchen window, looking out at the backyard and my garden boxes covered in several inches of snow. I’m also eating radishes. I went to the grocery store this morning and saw the radishes, here in Utah, … Continue reading

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