Monthly Archives: August 2015

Thoughts on a Sunday Afternoon

I took this photo this afternoon on our way home from church.  We stopped so I could take some photos at a local fruit stand.  This sight just made me feel happy–happy for red white and blue, happy for the vintage-ness … Continue reading

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Days for Girls comes to Yakima!

Originally posted on Our Washington Yakima MissionIf any of you knew me before last month, you’ll know that for the last couple years, I’ve been very involved with a non-profit organization called Days for Girls.  We make re-usable feminine hygiene … Continue reading

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Happy 80th Birthday, Aunt Marilyn!

This is quite an historic photograph, taken today!  My mother’s sister, my Aunt Marilyn Smuin Martell Beutler, turned 80, and all 5 of her children were together in one place for the first time in 15 years!    Pictured here … Continue reading

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Millennials in the United States

Today in Relief Society we had a lesson on the importance of learning and continuing to learn.  As I listened to women, old and young, discuss the topic, I thought about the fascinating article below that we were given at the … Continue reading

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My Path

The Road Not Taken BY ROBERT FROST Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it … Continue reading

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