Monthly Archives: June 2019

A Child’s Pace

Everything around here has slowed down this month, to a child’s pace, and oh, what a gift that has been!  Clark and Josie have become the center of our lives for a few short weeks while Adam and Heidi are … Continue reading

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Camp Helaman, Manti National Forrest

This afternoon John and I were invited to speak to a group of about 50 young men from Sanpete and Sevier Counties and from Richfield Utah.  They’ve been at what’s called a “Camp Helaman” high in the Manti National Forrest. … Continue reading

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Things Grandmas Do

I’ve had some fun making pillowcases for Clark and Josie while they’ve been here.  These are quick, easy and fun.   I’ve got to teach these cute kids to love fabric from a young age! Clark LOVES school buses.  Here’s one … Continue reading

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Girls at Mutual Dell Girls Camp learn about Journal Writing

This evening I was invited to speak to a group of young women at a girls camp at Mutual Dell in American Fork Canyon.  They asked me to talk about Journal Writing and why it’s important.  That’s a topic I … Continue reading

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A China Journal –Ann Lewis 17 April to 1 May 1989

This week is the 30th Anniversary of the uprisings at Tiananmen Square, Beijing.  I was there 30 years ago, having a very Grand Adventure.  I left Beijing just days before the violence on the Square broke out. Here is a … Continue reading

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