Compelling Evidence of the Eternal Nature of Our Souls

Bucket List–to pet a sheep

Meet Jack the Ram from The Isle of Skye, Scotland.

One can easily fall in love with Scotland.  The main appeal for me are the people, their gentle ways and their  earthy wholesomeness.  Another love are the many hues of green, from the velvet mountains on The Isle of Sky to the lime colored grass that grows there. But the sheep–well, let’s talk about the sheep.  They dot the mountains and drink from the crystal clear streams.  By July the lambs have been born, but they are still nursing their mothers. They are a shy animal usually, unless they have been raised in a home by a loving nursemaid by the name of Mavis.

Our friends the Gardner’s took Brent and I to meet Mavis and Jack in hopes that my wish could be granted.  And it was.

When I arrived at the farm, Jack and his friend Emily, just ignored me.
When I arrived at the farm, Jack and his friend Emily, just ignored me.

Yes, at first they ignored me, but I was persistent. I called to them and finally they were either drawn to me, or tired of my annoying pleas.   They finally came over to the fence and just stared at me–taunting me to go ahead–reach out and touch a sheep.

Emily was shy I later learned, but not Jack--he was very friendly
Emily was shy I later learned, but not Jack–he was very friendly

Jack came right up to me.  What a thrill!  And the rest–well, here at more photos.  And yes, at the end of the day, Jack came to the back door and was invited in–at least for a moment. Dreams really do come true!!

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Swan Sightings and Weeping Willows

I am mesmerized by swans. I feel as though I am in a movie as I watch them glide by on the English lakes and ponds.   Nature is alive here, the trees are green and lush, and the swans and ducks are nesting all around.I am also seeing my favorite tree, the weeping willow.  They… Continue Reading

Craving Fish and Chips

Some may find it bland but not I!   I love British food, from their parsley soup made with turnips and milk as main ingredients, then lots of parsley added, to the meat pies that have extra dough on the sides as handles for the miners  This pie was created years ago so as to not… Continue Reading

Exciting News for Pre-Birth Studies

Exciting News for Pre-Birth Studies

I am excited to share with you that we are making a documentary about our research concerning unborn children coming to their mothers or fathers in dreams and visions. This phenomenon has occurred down through the history of time in that we have stories in the scriptures of “the announcing dream’, the most famous being… Continue Reading

My Daughter Laura Shares from her Blog

  Thursday, April 16, 2015 from Laura Hinze Lofgreen at The Safest Place in the World – A Vivid Reality I’ve had this thought running through my mind for quite sometime.  Being pregnant has pushed the barriers of my mind and heart.  Mentally, there is no way to comprehend what the body can do. … Continue Reading

LDS Women at the United Nations March, 2015

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Hearts Turning to the Children

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He Is a God of Miracles and Blessings

Actress and director Angelina Jolie is not known as a praying woman. Recently, due to a severe storm she, as director, was in danger of failing to complete the final scene of the inspiring film, Unbroken. With no relief in sight, it is reported that Angelina suddenly dropped to her knees in front of the… Continue Reading

Joyful News!

Did you know we have a Spanish edition of The Castaways? It will be available on Kindle in the next few months. I’ve had the manuscript for a while and a couple of years ago a friend of mine, I’ll call her Maria, asked me if I had a Spanish edition because her teenage daughter… Continue Reading