Monthly Archives: October 2013

Gathering Fabric!

Fabric is especially good when it’s for a good cause.  Today I visited 3 JoAnn’s stores and cleaned them out of any and all flannel that could be used for our feminine hygiene kits.  Met my friends and we filled … Continue reading

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Another Successful Days for Girls Evening!

This evening my neighbors and friends got together to assemble the Days for Girls kits we’ve been working on during the last month.  It was another room filled with electric love!  We completed 50 kits and have parts and pieces in … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Grandpa John Dean Lewis! b. 22 October 1916

    John’s Father, John Dean Lewis was born Oct. 22, 1916, in Spanish Fork, UT, the youngest of four children, to Frederick and Sarah Jane “Sadye” Lewis. On Aug. 8, 1941, he married his sweetheart, Catherine “Peggy” Conley in the Logan … Continue reading

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How I Eat Cornbread

I love cornbread.  I Really Love cornbread.  Luckily for me my husband doesn’t.  I eat his share.  He likes some kinds of cornbread, like the kind that tastes like a yellow cake with a few a small bits corn meal … Continue reading

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Feeling Fine with Flannel and Days for Girls!

Today I had a few minutes to wait as the handouts for class tomorrow were being copied, so I went to a local fabric store to see what I could find for our Days for Girls projects.  Flannel was 50-70% … Continue reading

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Autumn Apple Cake

I love my neighbors.  Last fall, after one long tiring day, my neighbor, Pam brought over a PERFECT apple cake.  How did she know I was tired?  She just knew.  I am surrounded by friends like Pam.  When there are needs, … Continue reading

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A Fun Family History Assignment

Make a list of at least 5 items you have in your home that are important to you –items that only you know the stories behind. This week take a photo of these items and write a paragraph about each … Continue reading

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