Family, Monday's Posts

As Thy Days Demand, So Thy Succor Shall Be

Today I want to share this article written in BYU magazine, winter edition, entitled Thy Troubles to Bless {https://magazine.byu.edu/article/thy-troubles-to-bless/}. In it, Jeffrey S. McClellan wrote of the birth of his daughter, Caroline. She was born on April 15, 2003, so she is almost 16 years old. ***** "I remember our cheerful nurse at the hospital… Continue reading As Thy Days Demand, So Thy Succor Shall Be

Family, Wednesday Stories

Even Warriors Need Rescuing

Today's Wednesday story is so wonderful! Have you ever struggled with remembering who you are as a child of a loving God? Emily LeMoine can relate. She shares her personal journey about being rescued and finding the sure knowledge that God is real, and that He loves and knows her personally. Just as He knows… Continue reading Even Warriors Need Rescuing

Family, Wednesday Stories

Strength in Stories

Today I wanted to share some of the Wednesday stories from last year. I didn't want to have anyone working on sharing a story over the holiday break for one, and for another, I love everyone who shared a Wednesday story last year. If you click on the Wednesday story tab, you can scroll through… Continue reading Strength in Stories

Family, Wednesday Stories

Finding Peace

I am so excited to share today's Wednesday story. It's hard to believe, but I have been blogging now for nine months. I felt called to do this. I felt drawn to seek out strong women on Instagram who were sharing their light and strength. I have been amazed by the strength I receive from… Continue reading Finding Peace

Family, Monday's Posts, motherhood

Miscarriage

October 15th was National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.  I was taking a bit of a social media break, plus we had sick kids here, so I was needed for my most important task of comforting my kids. If you are new to my blog, I have had a lot of miscarriages, TEN to… Continue reading Miscarriage

Family, Monday's Posts, motherhood

A Witness

One of my favorite stories in the Book of Mormon is that of the people of Alma when they were being persecuted by Amulon and his "task-masters".  Alma's people were feeling just SO SAD.  They didn't know how they could go on any longer.  They started praying outloud--"cry{ing} mightily to God" for help.  Of course,… Continue reading A Witness

cancer, Family, motherhood, Wednesday Stories

Wife_Mom_Warrior

I'm so excited to share today's Wednesday story!  I follow Julie @wife_mom_warrior on Instagram.  She has gone through something I can't even begin to imagine.  And she has come out stronger, braver, and more positive.  I truly wish I could meet these amazing women I follow on Instagram.  Julie is always an inspiration to me. … Continue reading Wife_Mom_Warrior

Family, LDS, ldsmom, Monday's Posts, service

Our Hands and Hearts

Today, I'm just sharing a quick thought since I'm really enjoying my long weekend with my kids and a bunch of cousins. Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf gave an amazing talk in 2010 entitled "You are my Hands".  The whole talk is full of gems.  I'll just share one. "As we extend our hands and hearts… Continue reading Our Hands and Hearts