Showing posts from March 29, 2015

Finding Relatives - Part 2


I can't believe how excited I am!   After spending hours doing research I just printed up my formal request to perform temple ordinances for family members that I have found!

I honestly never thought that I would be able to to actually see the fruits of genealogy work (read previous post here).  But since I caught the bug, I seemed to be driven to research family names and details, and now I have really done it!  And, I'm happy to report that this may just be the beginning!  Hooray!

I firmly believe in the temple ordinances and blessings that are attached to them.  I believe that many people have passed to the other side without the information needed to make an informed decision on receiving the blessings of the gospel while in this life.  Performing the ordinances vicariously gives them the opportunity to receive the blessings of having eternal or forever families and living with Christ and Heavenly Father eternally.  I feel so honored to be the medium to give my …

Food 4 Thought Friday!

Food 4 ThoughtFriday!
A little feast without the calories!!

Please visit Jodi's blog!  She posts these for us.   Feel free to play along for some yummy fun! She will post a new one each Thursday night.JOIN IN!!!

Food 4 Thought Friday ~ This week's questions:

BreakfastWhat time you do usually arise in the morning, and what time do you hit the sack?
The time I get up in the morning and go to bed at night totally depends on what is happening in my life. I can either be a night owl or a morning person - as long as I get 7-8 hours of sleep.  My norm before I became a nurse was pretty standard, to bed between 10 and 11 pm and up at 6 or 7 am (unless of course I had a late night of games or scrapping!).  In fact, in my life before nursing I can honestly count on one hand the number of times in my life I had slept in later than 8:30 or 9:00 am.  
Once I started working as a nurse that all changed!  At first I was working the graveyard shift so I became a night dwel…