Showing posts with label Writing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Writing. Show all posts

Monday, June 11, 2007

I'm Everywhere...

...but here!

I've blogged at Segullah today...take a peek.

I forgot to tell the blogosphere that I started working at the Comfort Inn 3-4 evenings per week from 5:30-8:30om to help with check-ins in the busy summer months. It's the perfect little job for me and I quite like being the hostess-type person in any situation, so it's been fun so far. We'll see how I juggle it with the family & home stuff, too.

We still have no chorister in Primary and only half a pianist (she's gone a lot) and we are fresh out of musical talent in our ward, so I am struggling to do the music in there. It's new to me and it's kinda hard to juggle with the secretary job and having James in there, but we are getting by.

I'm pretty busy but life is good. I'll try to post pix and tell some stories soon. In the meantime, happy family night and have a good week!

Friday, June 08, 2007

Well, Whataya Know?

My Ol' amiga, Stephanie Ingermanson Lund left the following comment for me today:

So, this is off the topic, but I thought I would say I enjoyed your COVER article on mormonchic.com! I go there every so often to see what they have and I was so happy to see your article!! It was very well written and what I need to be reminded of everyday, but especially today. Thank you! And since I am commenting I should also say that I heart your new banner. I was in Tucson last weekend and stopped by the East Stake center and thought of you! :)


Awww...thanks Steph! I think of you as a missionary when I go to Missouri, and try to imagine you have a dinner appointment with my parents, or imagine you throwing sandbags up to save the Arch from the flood of '93! Anyway, I did not know that mormonchic was re-publishing that article I wrote almost three years ago. Cool Thanks for the heads up! I have been so busy at Segullah, I haven't checked Mormonchic in a long time. Viva the 'zines for LDS mujeres! I urge you to click around those links and get inspired. And if you or anyone you know has some gospel perspective to share, Segullah is accepting submissions until Sept. 7 for our Spring Issue, "Roots & Branches."


PS: I miss you, Steph!

Thursday, May 17, 2007

My Airplane Revelation

"Can you realize even slightly how relatively little we know? As Paul said, 'Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him' (1 Cor. 2:9) ."-Spencer W. Kimball




Read what I just learned about my potential over at Segullah (click).


Wanna read the rest of President Kimball's talk about our potential? Click here.

Babies Change the World

This is a picture of me with Adeline on November 21, 2001, just after she was born in Utah. I am talking on the phone to my Grandpa in Ari...