Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Simple Gesture

It is amazing to me the impact of simple gestures. On my last day of volunteering at general conference I had a really rough morning. It was good to begin with.  I was able to be in the plenary session … Continue reading

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Humbled

“Once you decide to walk the Camino, all of your life is part of that journey.” I made the decision January 2014. I had had lunch with a good brother of mine, Skip, and he had told how he and … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Change Kind

Working at the welcome booth at the airport for General Conference, I was not expecting to encounter a blessing. All the women bishops had arrived days earlier for a conference in Hood River, so when two bishops, Bishop Peggy Johnson … Continue reading

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The Power of a Story

On March 30th Cesie Delve Sheuermann, a great sister in Christ, an amazing writer (one blogger who is always worth reading), posted a blog post on re-imaging your story.  You can read it here. Cesie based her idea of re-imagining … Continue reading

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