Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Let Summer Begin!

This may look like a photo to abort, but it is a treasure to me.  I remember every detail of every part of every thing in this photo.  My red shoes.  My bobby socks.  The green and yellow metal swing … Continue reading

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A Note About Finding Family Histories on this Blog

I’ve been slowly moving stories and histories to my Family History blog that’s called Ann’s Stories.  You can find it here: https://annlaemmlenlewis1.wordpress.com/ In the future, I’ll posting more of the family histories there.  I love it when family members and … Continue reading

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Don’t let go first

I am what they call the “Mission Mother” and I do hugs.  I’ve been thinking about the good hugging that goes on in missionary life as I hug the Sister missionaries and watch the Elders greet and hug each other.  My … Continue reading

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Claire is Engaged!

Last month when Claire and Graham came to visit, something magical happened in an apple orchard not far from here.  We are thrilled.  Graham Johnson is from Calgary.  He’s a chemical engineering student at BYU.  Claire met Graham a little over … Continue reading

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Lucille Beatrice Lundquist d. 11 June 1909

On this day more than 100 years ago, my grandma Ruby’s little sister Lucille, died tragically.  She was 2 1/2 years old.  It breaks my heart to consider it.  Here are the documents I’ve found surrounding her sad death: Utah … Continue reading

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Remembering Elsa Laemmlen d. 6 June 1988

My dear grandma Elsa died on this day in 1988 in Reedley, CA.  She was 93 years old.  I loved my grandma.  This passport photo was taken in 1970 when she was 75 years old.  Grandma was always a steady … Continue reading

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