Category Archives: Ann Lewis

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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Be Still, My Heart!

Very few things in this world make my heart pound like having more space for BOOKS!!  This bookshelf is a new addition to our bedroom today. We had our carpets cleaned and stretched this last week.  That meant taking Everything … Continue reading

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Grandson Love!

Some pictures just need to be preserved for posterity.

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The Lord instructs W. W. Phelps about what records ought to be kept in Zion

Posted today on Ann’s Stories: In the Doctrine and Covenants, section 85 is a Revelation given through Joseph Smith the Prophet, at Kirtland, Ohio, November 27, 1832. This section is an extract from a letter of the Prophet to William W. … Continue reading

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Little Drops in a Great Big Bucket Called Africa

John and I were asked to speak at a Stonewood Stake youth Fireside this evening about the growth of the Church in Africa and how we can apply what we learned there to our lives today. As I thought about … Continue reading

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Josie Lewis Blessing Day, 23 December 2018

I love our family and how it’s growing.  Today was Josie’s Blessing day.  Claire took some family photos this afternoon and all the family gathered in our home this evening for this sacred Priesthood blessing. Josie with grandparents, John & … Continue reading

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Be a Life Saver!

I’ve been spending my spare moments at the BYU Family History Library scanning photos and documents on their fast scanners.  It’s fun work, capturing and preserving images and lives.  With all the talk lately about “ministering,” I feel this is … Continue reading

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