Monthly Archives: March 2019

Keeping and Preserving

One of the things that keeps me awake at night is the fear that I won’t have time to empty everything that needs to passed on out of my mind and my computer and into someone else’s before I die.  … Continue reading

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A Lewis Family Gathering

It occurred to me this week that I’m so busy looking for stories and histories and documents and photos of people in my family’s past, that sometimes I neglect the present, and those in our family now.  We had a … Continue reading

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A Weekend Get-Away at the Grand America

Eleven years ago I received a lovely Christmas gift from John–a weekend get-away at the finest hotel west of the Mississippi.  Then life happened.  Every few years, we’d pull out the gift certificate and wonder when we might break away … Continue reading

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Some things just don’t belong there.

There is something growing in my shoulder that doesn’t belong there.  I finally went to a doctor this week and had these x-rays taken.  When he saw them, he said, “you have the mother of all mother’s calcium deposit growing … Continue reading

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A Life-Changing Days for Girls Event

Last night we had a huge Days for Girls Event here in Orem.  We had about 400 Young Single Adults in one place at one time, creating something that will change lives.  It was amazing.   There’s a good deal of … Continue reading

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A Visit to Reedley, My California Hometown

This last weekend, John, Claire, Graham and I flew to Fresno, then drove 40 minutes to my hometown in Reedley.  I love going home.  I love the good memories of the people and places of my childhood.  I love showing … Continue reading

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