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05/14/2005: "Look! Analyze! Articulate!"

mood: happily looking and analyzing (working on the articulating) =)

Yesterday I had a nice afternoon talk with my father on the way home from the bread store, and an enjoyable evening at the Stake Center watching the Women's Conference. I particularly enjoyed the messages from Sister Van Den Burghe (sp?) and Caroline Colton, the latter referred to by the title of this entry. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any transcripts for 2005 online yet. When I do, I'll link to them. I probably won't be going tonight as we have other plans--I am really glad I took the time to go last night.

I finished my Dad's birthday present last night--woohoo! Now I just need to wrap it and send it... Hopefully that won't take me another four months! I guess I did get it finished in time for your one-third birthday =D

I think I need to look at my life situation right now much like the sister assigned to study a fish. There are many aspects that need further examination to make sure I am learning all that I can from the time that I have here. I am so grateful for medication that gives me the stability I could not achieve on my own.

Random Notes--Emma and I worked on her talk for primary tomorrow. Richard made yummy fruit waffles for lunch today. Tomorrow is the traditional day of Pentecost. I think that the actor who plays Father Radulfus in "Cadfael" played a Vulcan or a Romulan in the Star Trek series somewhere. We did watch the series finale of Enterprise last night--poor Scott Bakula, he always gets the short end of the series' endings. The valley should hit 100 degrees before Monday. Time to see how well our insulation handles the full summer!

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on Thursday, July 7th, MomR said

I thoroughly enjoyed reading about your family and learning about your children awhat they are doing now. I feel like I know them better now. I'm glad you told me about this. I'm sorry that I missed out since you have started doing this. It is a wonderful thing to do. I enjoy reading Kimberly's also. I feel closer to your family when I read about what you all are doing. I love you all very much.

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