Whether by my own voice or by the voice of my servants, it is the same.

"There is a portent of stormy weather ahead."
President Gordon B. Hinckley 1998

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

- Shhhh, I'm not really here . . .

Some things are more important than packing




See you later once we get settled in.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

- We're Moving

We're Moving*...

...and will be off-line for a while
(about a month, maybe more)

See you again when the dust settles

*Read my March 29 blog entry to understand the importance of this move

While I'm gone please ponder the following thought;
let your heart be open to the implications and wonder.
Relish the delicious realizations, comfort and joy!

Sheri Dew

Our spirits long for us to remember the truth about who we are, because the way we see ourselves, our sense of identity, affects everything we do. It affects the way we behave, the way we respond to uncertainty, the way we see others, the way we feel about ourselves, and the way we make choices. It affects the very way we live our lives. So, today, I invite you to ponder in a new way not just who you are but who you have always been.

President Lorenzo Snow taught that "Jesus was a god before he came into the world and yet his knowledge was taken from him. He did not know his former greatness, neither do we know what greatness we had attained to before we came here." But President Snow also taught that during the Savior's life "it was revealed unto Him who He was, and for what purpose He was in the world. The glory and power He possessed before He came into the world was made known unto Him." ...just as the Savior came to remember and to know exactly who He was, so may we.

~ Knowing Who You Are--and Who You Have Always Been, 2001 Women's Conference ~