Monthly Archives: September 2017

My new selfie stick!

The Assistants found a selfie stick in their truck and brought it over to me.  They said, “Sister Lewis!  Now you can be in the group photos at Zone Conferences!”  The first try didn’t go so well.  Figuring out the … Continue reading

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Always remember them. . .

From our Sunday School lesson today: Referring to the pioneers, President Hinckley said: “I will never get over being thankful to them; I hope you never get over being thankful to them. I hope that we will always remember them. … Continue reading

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Keep you a diary, my friend

On Journal Writing, from the London Magazine, reprinted in the Deseret News 16 July 1862 From the Deseret News, July 16, 1862 If a man keeps no diary, the path crumbles away behind him as his feet leave it; and … Continue reading

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Days for Girls Love from Utah

My dear friends, Melissa Clark and Wendy Barton are with Celeste Mergens today in Utah, where more than 5000 DfG kits will be assembled, breaking a Guinness World Record.  What they have done to prepare for this day is almost … Continue reading

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Grace Laemmlen, teaching at Washington School in Leitersberg, Maryland 1955-1956

My mother, Grace Laemmlen, was a school teacher.  After she and my dad married in June 1954, they traveled to Hagerstown, Maryland where my dad served for two years as the administrator of the hospital at Brook Lane Farm.  As … Continue reading

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