Monthly Archives: May 2014

Thoughts about Mother’s Day: I have 9 children. Only 3 survived.

I walked today in the yard, enjoying the several varieties of Lilacs after a beautiful morning rainstorm.  Lilacs are a Mother’s flower.  They always remind me of my Grandmother and my Mother, and days gone by.  They sometimes make me … Continue reading

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Need a fun summer Project? Come May 15th and learn about Days for Girls!

This coming Thursday, May 15th we will be hosting our first Third Thursday Days for Girls Work Day in the Stonewood Stake Center located at 450 South 100 West, Orem, Utah from 9:00 to noon. If you are looking for … Continue reading

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The Ministery of Angels

I bought a framed print of this artwork by Brian Kershisnik this last week at the BYU Museum of Art.  It spoke to me.  Yesterday I taught a lesson in Relief Society on the Ministery of Angels.  In March of 1842 … Continue reading

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BYU Women’s Conference!

I’ve spent the last few days at BYU Women’s Conference, filling my bucket.  Amazing beautiful women anxiously engaged in good causes filled every room.  I loved being there, rubbing shoulders with women of faith who stand for truth and righteousness … Continue reading

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