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Learning new things

Creep and Peep: This is what we do when we leave our driveway each time–edge out slowly, creeping/inching our way as we look one way then another for that sudden rush of a vehicle going 70 mph on our small … Continue reading

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It Just So Happened

Originally posted on From the Inside Out:
“I just got a call from Mary, “ Frieda began.  “And you are not going to believe this.” Frieda was the chairperson for the parsonage committee of our church.  The congregation had just…

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Lost and found

This post started as a comment I made on this blog: http://acuriousgal.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/to-the-left-to-the-left/comment-page-1/#comment-3118 It reminded me of how serendipitous it was when I had lost the diamond out of my ring and found it again. Both times. Here’s the story: I … Continue reading

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Fear or Faith

Got an email recently from my sister, who is trying to get her daughter and her daughter’s family–husband and 2 children–over to the States from their home in Great Britain. Their youngest son is 3 and needs to be in … Continue reading

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For a Wise Purpose

Just got an email from my sister with this accompanying map. It reminded me of the 116 pages of the Book of Mormon translation that Martin Harris got from Joseph Smith. God knew hundreds of years before that incident that … Continue reading

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Finding a Rachel in a haystack

The crowd at pageant–a sea of bodies Picture this FULL of people, Rich at the right where the stage beginsand Rachel straight back, in the middle of the field this side of the road. Saw this article on the Hill Cumorah Pageant … Continue reading

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I seek dead people…

All I ever wanted to be when I grew up was a detective. I was a voracious reader of Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden, and had my own detective agency at age 10 with my best friend, Sara Churchville. When … Continue reading

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