Before I do my Choices-Thought I want to wish every mom out there a Happy Mother’s Day!
Today is the first day of school here so…I want to wish all of you mothers out there an unofficial Happy Mother’s Day! I used to call my sister every year on the first day of school and wish her a Happy Mother’s Day…and I kind of feel like a young mom today, because I am sending one of the kids that I tend on a regular basis to school all day today! He is in first grade and I have been tending him since he was 6 months old! It is a bittersweet feeling, because you miss the baby/toddler stage, yet you are happy for their future! I am not sure what I will do with my time now, but I do have some fun plans for the next couple of weeks to celebrate! (I could clean house or work in the yard, but that is no fun!)
Now on to today’s post!
Just a reminder that the 40 day Conference Reading Starts Today!
There is one mistake on the bookmark…oops! You will need to change 23 Sept to page 81, “Eternal Families”. I did page 85 twice! Sorry!
For those that do not know what this is, it is a challenge to read one conference talk, from the April 2016 conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, each day for 40 days .
The 40 Day Conference Challenge-April 2016, will begin next week! So today I have the bookmarks ready for you to print and to start getting all your supplies together! Continue reading
Happy Sunday everyone! I hope that today is a good day for you and that you are happy!
I have been singing “Be Still My Soul” in my head…
(but I like the way David Archuleta sings it better!)
and just decided to share it with you:
It’s time for the April 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
This month the theme is “Daughters of Our Eternal Father”. I chose the quote from Carole M. Stephens that talks about that we all belong to and are needed in the family of God. I love the question that was at the end of this article, “How does knowing that you are a daughter of God affect your decisions?” That really makes you stop and think, does it not? Continue reading