This morning I was asked to help with singing time in Primary at church. I wasn't really sure I knew what I was going to do. I had a couple ideas, but I wasn't exactly positive what I was going to do and how I was going to teach singing time. This group of kids… Continue reading Building a Thanksgiving Map
This week I was watching the Hallmark Channel series The Good Witch and I heard this quote, "Hate traps you in the past." This quote led me to ponder forgiveness for several days. I think that forgiveness is often a misunderstood principle. This is usually the case when we are in need of forgiving an… Continue reading Breaking Free of the “Self-Pity Party” – Thoughts on Forgiveness
My husband has been away on business all week but I was determined to at least start this new thing off to the best of my ability. So, last Sunday, I sat down with Lilli and we made a plan. First, we assigned reading for each day of the week and we talked about using… Continue reading Reflections on Come Follow Me – the First Week
Today, as I studied 2 Nephi 4 for my scripture study, I was reminded of two important principles. First of all, I must say how beautiful this chapter truly is. I love the great list of qualities of the Savior it provides. As I read I was reminded of how thankful I was for each… Continue reading Developing and Attitude of Gratitude – Day 4
Let's be thankful to God 365 day in a row. Join me in thanking God when the sun shines down on us and when we find ourselves weathering the storms of life. Let us thank Him for all His goodness in the good times and in the hard times. Let's thank Him when He strengthens us and when He restores peace. Join me for the next year as I ponder on all of His goodness, tender mercies and blessing - large and small - that He showers on our lives each day.
When my kids were little, I did my best to teach them to live a good life, to be nice people. I tried my best to show them the difference between right and wrong. I did my best to teach them to be their best self. "Train up a child in the way he should… Continue reading No Other Name
So many things to think about... it's exhausting. It is super cool that someone creative makes these little pictures that will now go in my electronic picture frame, reminding me of the many lessons learned this General Conference.
I came across the coolest book! Rocks Tell the Story of Christmas A Savior is Born, created by Patti Rokus (don't you love how even her name includes rocks?) has given me a new perspective on rocks. https://www.amazon.com/Savior-Born-Rocks-Story-Christmas/dp/0310764963/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1533757608&sr=8-2&keywords=a+savior+is+born&linkCode=sl1&tag=rockstellstor-20&linkId=018660172ab1aecedcc921aed82af1c4&language=en_US She used rocks she picked up along the paths of her walks to create stunning pictures of… Continue reading More Than Satisfied With “A Savior Is Born -a picture book
This past week I answered a question for my missionary daughter about the living a higher law. I gave it a ton of thought before I answered her. I decided that living the higher law comes down to the two great commandments... Loving God and Loving your neighbor. We are living the higher law when make… Continue reading LOVE is the Higher Law.
Everyday I send my daughter out into the world hoping I have instilled this principle into her heart. Warriors put on their armory every day. A Warrior protects her mind with the helmet of salvation. A Warrior protects her virtue girt about with truth. A Warrior protects her heart with the breastplate of righteousness. A… Continue reading Warrior Women are Ready for the Day