Monthly Archives: March 2013

100 Women, 100 Sewing Machines, 1 Room

Tonight I am unpacking my suitcases from last week’s 4-day quilt retreat with my friends. I’ve been a bit busy since my return, so I am just now unfolding those projects and returning my machine and all my stuff to … Continue reading

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FTC Update

Dang. I made another Postage Stamp quilt. I didn’t mean to. But I did. That makes 15 total. I didn’t count again. Ended up with exactly one block left over. I’m leaving Tuesday for a Quilt Retreat in Midway. Can’t … Continue reading

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Days for Girls

I spoke this week at a Relief Society event about Africa and life in a typical village. The women in the group had spent a month making hygiene kits to send to an organization called “Days for Girls.” You can … Continue reading

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“Your Mom Job Will be Over”

I just had the most interesting conversation with Aaron, as he sat on the sofa eating a large bowl of Lucky Charms (I caved in with the sweetness factor because it’s St. Patrick’s month). He turned and said to me, … Continue reading

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“. . . for all things are present before mine eyes. . .” D&C 38:1-2

“Human beings look separate because you see them walking about separately. But then we are so made that we can see only the present moment. If we could see the past, then of course it would look different. For there … Continue reading

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We are here for the sake of others

Strange our situation here upon earth. Each of us comes for a short visit, not knowing why, yet sometimes seeming to a divine purpose. From the standpoint of daily life, however, there is one thing we do know: That we … Continue reading

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