Monthly Archives: November 2010

Gingerbread Houses

Sunday night we got together with the Pannell family and made gingerbread houses.  We had a great time, and I actually ate some of the candy!   I had the wonderful blessing of being able to care for my husband … Continue reading

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Feeling So Much Better! Love this Christmas Season!

I love this painting of Christ healing the sick, and know I have been given blessings with that same priesthood power.  Christ’s miracles continue to happen in our day, and I feel so blessed!  I am feeling very close to … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  I feel as though gratitude is bursting from every cell in my body.  My eyes have been opened to so many blessings that I took for granted-at least a lot more than I do now.  Last night, … Continue reading

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Taste Buds are Returning–So fun!

The first to come back was an appetite–actually feeling hungry, but my taste buds are starting to seem more normal too.  I still can’t eat a lot of sweets, but I had the best time the other night polishing off … Continue reading

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A Day that Starts and Ends with blessings

I thought I better post some happy pictures after the “Frankenstein” series! Did I mention that sometimes it feels like everyday is my birthday…This morning I woke up to a lovely gift on the kitchen counter.   I opened it … Continue reading

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Gamma Knife is done–I’m Alive!

The doctor said the procedure went very well, but no way to tell how successful until I get another mri in 6 weeks.  I feel so blessed to have the opportunity to get the gamma knife treatment, I can’t help … Continue reading

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“Baby, it’s Cold Outside!”

I’ve been singing just that one line of that Christmas song–“Baby, it’s cold outside.” It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, and it sure feels cold enough for Christmas!  It’s all we can do to hold off on Christmas music until Thanksgiving.–our … Continue reading

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