Tag: death

July 23, 2011
A Rug and Eternal Perspective

I recently read the book, Angel Children, about a mother who loses her young infant. In it, the author, Mary V. Hill includes a story from Melvin J. Ballard that goes... "I remember going to a carpet factory where they were making beautiful rugs. I approached from the seamy side. The shuttle was flying back […]

Read More
September 8, 2008
A Day in the Life of a Relief Society President: Feeling RS'd

Today has been a long day -- emotionally draining in almost every way. I started out behind. Without Jared here, I was getting the kids ready for school by myself. I tried to get through my scripture reading this morning, but dd needed help with her piano practice. Worked on that, and then it was […]

Read More
September 22, 2004

Items needed a glove Each of us are made up of two parts: a body and a spirit. You can see a body and feel it and it can move and talk and do all those wonderful things. You can't see a spirit, but it is also there. Can you see radio waves coming into […]

Read More
chevron-downenvelopemenu-circlecross-circle linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram