Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Gate of the Year

I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year: “Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown.” And he replied:  “Go out into the darkness and put thine hand into the hand of … Continue reading

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A Snowy Day in Utah

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Thoughts on a Sunday Evening: Come Unto Christ

I was thinking today about a lesson I taught to the young women in our youth group not so long ago.  As I was sharing some experiences with the girls, I mentioned how when I lived in Jerusalem many years ago, … Continue reading

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Another Generous Donation from American Quilting in Orem!

What, I ask, is better than a carload of fabric? Hmmm. Can’t really think of anything! Our thanks again to Amy McClellen and her helpers at American Quilting.  Pick up and drop off your Days for Girls kits there.  Beginning … Continue reading

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Adam, Our Firstborn

Adam is getting married January 4th, 2014.  My job today has been to go through old photos that will be put into a slide show and shown at the reception the evening of the 2nd.  I’m feeling a bit nostalgic … Continue reading

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Christmas Day!


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Christmas Eve: O Come Let Us Adore Him!

Last night our family gathered to sing Christmas carols, and then listen as John read the Christmas story from Luke and Matthew.   Christmas Eve is my favorite part of Christmas.  It’s quiet and peaceful.  The prep is over.  It’s a time to … Continue reading

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A Lewis Family Christmas

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What are my kids getting for Christmas?

Too bad they don’t want flannel. The fabric fairies led me to another amazing flannel sale this week.  It’s so much easier to buy something for someone who REALLY needs it than for those who have plenty.  This carload made … Continue reading

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Time for a few More Quilts

I did a quilt trunk show a week or so ago in Springville.  They asked me to bring some of my quilts and talk about how I get so many quilts made while living such a busy life.  The truth … Continue reading

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