Monthly Archives: March 2015

American Quilting Retreat 2015: 144 Women. 144 Machines. One Room!

Oh My, another Amazing American Quilting Retreat has come and gone!  How fun to step back into a world I used to live in–the world of Quilting!  We had 4 full days at the Zermatt Resort in Midway, Utah.  Pretty … Continue reading

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Utah Days for Girls March News!

I’m working on it!

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International Women’s Day Celebration

Kayla Clark | Staff Writer Utah Valley University’s first lady Paige Holland first hosted a Ladies Night in 2011, and that event has developed into UVU’s annual International Women’s Day celebration. This year’s International Women’s Day celebration was held Thursday, … Continue reading

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Sent with Love. Received with Love.

Yesterday something pretty exciting happened.  Thirty-three years ago I met Alan and Leigh Chazen in South Africa when I was a missionary there.  For 33 years we have been best friends.  This week they sent their daughter, Baili, off on an 18-month mission.  … Continue reading

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500 Blog Posts. Wow.

I took this photo last week in California.  I love the feeling of that tree, a lone living organism, there on a hillside, noticed or unnoticed, doing what it can to live and grow and absorb nourishment and stretch heavenward. … Continue reading

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Laemmlen Family Reunion March 2015, Reedley California

words and organization coming. . . .

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Indian Wells, CA Tennis!

I’ve had a bit of a break this week.  After the gala event at UVU Thursday evening, we got in the car (at 10:00 p.m.) and drove to Las Vegas, where we slept a few hours, then continued on to … Continue reading

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