Monthly Archives: May 2018

Memorial Day 2018: Lewis Yard Care at it’s Best!

This morning John’s siblings and their families converged on our yard in Orem for Memorial Day, helping to make it ready for our return in a few weeks!  What an excellent service!  Wow, we are so grateful!The rain gutters at … Continue reading

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“The dead enter and pass among us in living love and in memory.” –Wendell Berry

We are just a few last weeks away from returning to our home and to our children in Orem.  I feel their hearts pulling me home.  It’s almost time. My missionary mother’s heart longs to be here, but my mother’s … Continue reading

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What a secure thought! What a day in which to live!

“What a terrific time to be alive! The gospel of Jesus Christ is the most certain, the most secure, the most reliable, and the most rewarding truth on earth and in heaven, in time and in eternity. Nothing—not anything, not … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day 2018

I love my family.  I love my family.  I love my family.  I love my family.

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A Mother’s Job

“A mother is not a person to lean on, but a person to make leaning unnecessary.” — Dorothy Canfield Fisher I am grateful to be the mother of a strong capable independent daughter.

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Will it smother her??

Whenever I have a free minute, I throw some Days for Girls flannel in the wash.  Today I washed, dried and folded somewhere between 30 and 40 bolts while we planned missionary transfers.  We’ve been on the road for the … Continue reading

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