Monthly Archives: November 2013

Hear the cries and do what you can to help.

“The community whose hearts are open to the cries of distress, who are ready to administer of the substance which the Lord gives them to relieve their fellow creatures, may always depend upon the favor of the Lord, for He … Continue reading

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A History in Family Recipes

My mother, Grace Helen Smuin Laemmlen, was a Great cook.  She liked taking cooking classes and learning about eating healthy wholesome foods.  She was an intuitive cook and baker.  She had a few favorite recipes, but for the most part, … Continue reading

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Stop obliteration. Write. Record. Preserve. Share.

I’ve been thinking lately about the prophet Malachi, who ended his record with these words:  “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord:  And he shall turn the … Continue reading

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Remembering the Gettysburg Address. 150 Years ago Today!

     The information and below  and photos are from the Getty Reddy website. President Lincoln delivered the 272 word Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863 on the battlefield near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In the battle at Gettysburg over ten thousand … Continue reading

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Days for Girls kits heading to Mali this week!

Melissa Clayton and Diana Allred have been busy assembling feminine hygiene kits made by dozens of women in our neighborhood and surroundings neighborhoods for school girls in Mali.  Everyone who works on these kits comes back to help again and again.  … Continue reading

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Aaron and Garrett Lewis, Cousins

Last night Aaron and his cousin, Garrett Lewis were endowed with power from on high.  That’s one way our future missionaries are prepared to go out and serve.  We had a beautiful evening at the Oquirrh Temple with lots of … Continue reading

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American Quilting gives generously to Days for Girls!

This week Amy McClellen, owner of American Quilting in Orem, donated about 400 yards of beautiful fabrics to our Days for Girls efforts.  What a Huge Blessing!  I love Amy.  I love Fabric.  I love Days for Girls. These are … Continue reading

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