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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Rainmaker Award at Utah Valley University!

What a Fabulous evening filled with amazing women and friends!  And what a thrilling honor to have our work recognized and appreciated!  Our Utah Valley (and beyond) communities know who we are and know what we’re doing, and people are … Continue reading

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A challenging, all-encompassing question

D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles: “Last week, I was invited to speak to students at the Harvard Law School as a part of a “Mormonism 101” lecture series. With much being said lately about the … Continue reading

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Utah Valley University Rainmaker Award 2015

Feeling honored. Please join us Thursday evening at the UVU Ballroom as we celebrate the work done in Utah by Days for Girls advocates all over the state.  It really is remarkable to consider what’s happened in the last two years.  … Continue reading

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