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Grandma Grace Rememberies by Granddaughter, Claire Lewis, age 5

These words are from Claire right after Grandma Grace’s funeral on 1 Nov 1998: Grandma had curly yellowish hair. She liked to take care of us and read stories to us–the girl that rides on the goose (Mother Goose). She … Continue reading

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Remembering My Mom, 20 Years After Her Death

Twenty Things I Know About My Mom, Grace Helen Smuin Laemmlen 1. She was born in Glendale, CA, and grew up in San Gabriel near Pasadena. She worked on the Rose Bowl Parade floats every year while she was in … Continue reading

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It’s Great to be a Grandma!

I’ve just spent a week in Kansas City, Missiouri, with GRANDCHILDREN!  Having been away, I’m still getting used to the fact that I’m a grandma and now I can visit my 2 grandchildren!  This is just about as good as … Continue reading

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Quilting at the Cabin During Conference Weekend

We’ve had a Glorious General Conference Weekend at the cabin filled with inspiration and goodness.  We learned of some big changes to our Sunday meeting schedule and 12 more new temples, including one in Lagos, Nigeria were announced.  I am … Continue reading

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Introducing Josie Lewis!

Adam and Heidi welcomed this little darling into our family today.  Her name is Josie.  She made her entrance at 12:47 p.m., measuring 6 lbs 9 oz. and she is 20 inches long. We were excited to hear that Adam … Continue reading

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What Are Little Boys Made Of?

We have been home from Washington for a couple of months now and we have been cleaning and sorting and organizing our home, as we step back into it.  When you go away from your Stuff for a long time, … Continue reading

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Two Incredible Montana Women

Last week in Montana, I met two women who stopped me in my tracks.  The first was Nancy at the Windmill Village Bakery in a tiny town named Ravalli.  Nancy makes donuts.  Perhaps the best donuts I’ve ever eaten.  When … Continue reading

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