Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Day the Quilts Came Down

A big yellow moving truck pulled into the neighborhood this morning.  Moving Day has come.  It’s hard to believe we must go now.  We’ve been thinking about this day for some time now, dreading it.  We wanted the Mission Home … Continue reading

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A Last Walk Through the Mission Home Before Moving Day

Here is a post from my mission blog about leaving our Mission Home: Before the moving began, I took a walk through the Mission Home and took a few last photos as things were, just for my memory of this … Continue reading

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Dad’s Best Dating Advice–How to cut the tail off a dog

I was single for a very long time. During that time, there were a fair number of boys in and out of my life. Sometimes those boys wanted to stay longer than they were welcome, and, being a soft-hearted person, … Continue reading

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40 Years Commemorating the Revelation on the Priesthood given 8 June 1978

On 8 June 1978, I was attending BYU when the news of the revelation on the Priesthood reached the airwaves.  The excitement on campus was explosive!  I stood in line at a pay phone in the Harold B. Lee Library, … Continue reading

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Go to the light.

God always answers prayers. When we feel we aren’t getting an answer, we might need to step back and see the bigger picture. “Darkness is not an indication that there is no light. Most often it simply means we’re not … Continue reading

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