Monthly Archives: March 2015

Why obey

“One of the sneaky ploys of the adversary is to have us believe that unquestioning obedience to the principles and commandments of God is blind obedience. His goal is to have us believe that we should be following our own … Continue reading

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Who’s linen closet looks like this?? Mine does!

Thanks to my husband, John.  I got up early and headed north to Kaysville today for a big Days for Girls Event.  John has been tackling the piles and stuff in our house while I’m out doing DfG work.  Today … Continue reading

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Journal Entry 2 years ago today: The day my life changed.

Today is the anniversary of a pivotal moment in my life.  Two years ago today I learned about Days for Girls.  My life hasn’t been the same since.  Here’s a fun look at my journal entry, as that day unfolded.  … Continue reading

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Reedley Branch 1963

I had a visit from one of my Family History Class students this week. She brought by a thoughtful gift she’d made, then, as we sat and visited, she showed me an old program booklet she’d found from the dedication … Continue reading

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Days for Girls Guatemala Trip!

Last week our DfG Leaders, Debbie Young and Nicole Larsen returned from a trip to Guatemala where they distributed kits.  I know you will want to hear Nicole’s report and see some of the photos they took.  Nicole is one of … Continue reading

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Piano notes: somewhere in my heart and hands

My husband, John and I are currently serving on Sundays in a small Branch in our LDS Stake here in Orem.  We attend church each week with a small group of friends who all live in an apartment complex in … Continue reading

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