Amy Rees Anderson

eternal

There are opportunities everywhere to make a difference

The world is full of all kinds of problems that we can’t solve in a day, but what we can do is find a way to give a little bit of service here and there…whether it’s just a few hours a week or only once a month, every small effort up over time. And when

It’s all about relationships

A dear friend of mine received an award this last week and I was able to be there to congratulate him at the event. I knew I was going to have to slip out early and that I might miss his acceptance speech so I asked him to quickly share it with me before we went

I Believe There Are Angels Watching Over Us

I have a painting on my wall titled “Heavenly Hands” by the artist Greg Olsen. I love this painting because it represents an Angel watching over a little girl. Here is an image of what the painting looks like: I personally believe in Angels. I believe there are ministering Angels sent into our lives at

True Friends

“Good friends care for each other…close friends understand each other, but TRUE FRIENDS stay forever…beyond words, beyond distance, beyond time…!” Many of us have friends in our lives over the years. Some friends we make as children and then lose contact as we grow older. Other friends we make as adults and stay in touch

This is One To Add To Your Goal Posters!

This week I was able to snap a picture of something that I am absolutely going to add to my newest goal poster.  If you don’t know about my goal poster than you seriously need to search my blog posts for “goal poster” and read about it.  The Goal Poster is MAGIC! And everything I

We Weren’t Meant To Do It Alone

So as many of you are aware, my 20 year old son is serving a 2 year mission for the LDS church in Mississippi right now.  Each week I get an email from him letting me know how things are going out in the field.  This week he sent an email that had an AMAZING

Find Joy In the Ordinary

I came across an article written by Max Lucado, in 2005. It was too good of an article not to share with everyone and the message is amazing! Find Joy In The Ordinary “We played every game we knew. We ran up and down the hall. We played “find me” behind the couch. We bounced the beach



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