In 2016 I was gifted with several personal revelations. I was told I would have clarity about romance in 2020. I was also told that I would meet "him."
It's been almost two years now, since I left New Hampshire in a van given to me by God and His angels, helping me to make it home to Olympia, Washington after The Car That Ran on Prayers was finally laid to rest in Manchester in late June 2017. I recently reflected on my Testimony... Continue Reading →
Personal Revelation has been an integral part of my conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since the beginning. Having indefinite "feelings" about things in my and my children's lives is not new for me...or for them. Knowing where those feelings come from, is. Since my pre-Baptism lessons four and a half... Continue Reading →
Testimony. What does it mean to have a Testimony of Jesus Christ? My own relationship with that word, not necessarily the feeling, began shortly after I knelt to pray and asked how to become closer to Jesus Christ on March 6, 2013. I was immediately impressed that I needed to be Baptized into The Church of... Continue Reading →
I LOVE to see the Temple. The Twin Falls Temple in Idaho was the site of my “wrong turn” at the very start of the softening of my heart. Where I stopped and “felt” the building radiate out into the street. April 20, 2013: I went on my first proxy Baptism trip to the Seattle... Continue Reading →
Apparently last week was "International Siblings Day" Facebook. After looking it up on Wikipedia, I discovered that it wasn't invented by Facebook, and I felt bad that I had missed the opportunity to tell the world about my amazing relationship with my brother. My one and only sibling. The Book of Mormon works in mysterious... Continue Reading →
OR "Those Tender Kind Souls Who Would Have LIKED Preached His Gospel to Me and Those I Finally Listened To" I have rarely admitted to anyone the long road it has taken me to get to a point where I invited missionaries into a house in which I resided. In fact, I don't believe I... Continue Reading →