Saturday, February 2, 2008
I knew her for little time, but I learn to appreciate and respect her words, I hope I will grow to have half of her wisdom.
She had the most beautiful daughters, not only fisicaly but spiritually, they are so intelligent and lovable girls, that tells anyone the kind of mother she was, She did an excellent work raising those girls, She home school them! you know! that is dedication to the most wonderful calling of all, the calling to be a mother.
Brother page has been a wonderful husband for her, his dedication for her won't go unnoticed by our Father in heaven. I know Sister Page will put a good word for him when she gets to be in the presence of Our Father in Heaven.
As I mourn for this lost, I comfort myself just by thinking that I knew her, I got to talk to her, and I received good advised from her.
Friday, February 1, 2008
My grandmother had about 5 strokes and 2 heart attacks (I thought it was the same) and she died at 93 (in 1993) of heart failure.
My mother had her first stroke at around 70, and last year had another one. I haven't had anything close to it, just some pain in my chest every now and then, but nothing serious . Anyway I just hope we all support this cause
Thursday, January 31, 2008
I'm consideringto prin this one for my bathroom
Monday, January 28, 2008
His quick wit and humor, combined with an eloquent style at the pulpit, made him one of the most loved of modern Church leaders. A profoundly spiritual man, he had a great fondness for history and often peppered his sermons with stories from the Church’s pioneer past.
He was a great men who lived a very spiritual life, he truly will be miss.
Click the link under the title to read the full story.
"Bring ye all the tithes
into the storehouse, that
there may be meat in mine house,
and prove me now herewith,
saith the Lord of hosts;
if I will not open you the
windows of heaven, and pour
you out a blessing, that
there shall not be room enough
to receive it