Daily Archives: October 14, 2014

My house is covered with lint, the world is filled with words.

A few weeks ago we found some flannel fabric on a clearance sale for $1/yard. We bought 471 bolts with our sacred donated DfG funds. What a thrill to find good flannel at that price! The shipments have been coming … Continue reading

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Remembering Mary Payne/Pain d. 14 October 1844, my 3rd Great-grandmother

Mary passed away in the Winter Quarters area, 5 miles west of Kitchens Settlement. She and her husband James were among the exiled Mormons, from the state of Illinois. Starvation and disease ran rampant among these new communities and Mary … Continue reading

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