Just Call Me Ruth
This is an article by Sister Ruth Renlund, years ago when her husband, Dale, the newest Apostle, was serving in South Africa. This is a great insight into her mind and some interesting facts about her.
An Interview With Sam Cloud
A Church-produced video that recently took first prize in a film contest--or something like that! :)) It is hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!
MEMORIES: Sights, Smells, Sounds, Tastes
This article is by the beloved MEE! I will now proceed to be a copycat (except it isn't limited to those 4 categories + in no particular order + many of these are from times spent at Grandma's house + there are a million and one other things I could add!)...
The chill of Grandma’s basement that always would (and still does!!!!) immediately make you need to use the restroom; the soft sound of the Little Cottonwood running through her neighborhood that we’d wade in, swing over, and splash at each other; the sound of a scooter going ‘super-fast’ over cracks in the sidewalk as we raced around the block (thanks Ira, for providing the scooter!); the buzzing of mosquitoes in your ear as I tossed the football with my brother; the whir of the copier as we copied our various school assignments, the RRRIIIIIIIINNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG of the alarm clock that woke me up in the dark hours of the unearthly thing called early morning – leaving my heart pumping for at least five minutes! – the ‘song’ our washing machine sang, sometimes in the middle of the night, as it finished it’s load; the creaking of Mom’s desk chair, the coolness of the tiled bathroom floor at Grandma's when you got up in the middle of the night to use the toilet or when you got out of the bathtub; the sound of her hair dryer early in the mornings; the smell of homemade bread or pizza; the theme songs of the only TV shows we ever watch (Granite Flats and Studio C, both HIGHLY recommended)–the list could go on!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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