Monthly Archives: June 2015

A new home for Days for Girls Utah! Building Q is soon open for business!

Today I said good bye to more of my dearest friends ever–Debbie Young, Melissa Clark, Wendy Barton and I met in our new DfG digs in north Orem, where we have been moving things from our homes, into beautiful new … Continue reading

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The Missionary Training Center Welcomes New Mission Presidents!

We are having a fabulous time at the MTC this week.  We have 4 days of training before we head out to Washington.  There are 126 new Mission Presidents attending the 2015 Seminar.  Every year 1/3 of the Mission Presidents … Continue reading

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Moving Day!

There’s lots of moving going on around here!  This photo was taken in front of Building Q, located at 1200 North and 600 East in Orem, where our new Days for Girls Sewing Center is being set up.  Adam helped … Continue reading

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God, our Father

Missionary Farewell Talk, 21 June 2015 Happy Father’s Day! Every month there are more than 100 billion searches requested on Google. Google (and Siri) have become the sources of knowledge and the bestowers of answers to every question. Even when … Continue reading

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A Family Farewell Gathering

                                         

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It’s a science thing

This card cracks me up. Today the moving truck comes to take our things away. Yesterday was my last Days for Girls event here. I’m sitting at my computer looking at this card like I have nothing else in the world … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Aaron!

On this day, 20 years ago, Aaron entered our happy family.   He has been a joy to have around ever since.  We miss having him near us now, but love knowing he’s doing a good work in Chile.  He’ll … Continue reading

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