Monday, July 18, 2016

Our Eternal Family~

It Started With Two - (Roger and LeAnn) ~
We then added six - 
First 3 boys - Youngest, James, Travis and Sean (Dad and Mom)
 Then three girls -  Oldest - Christina, Jenni and Tiffani 
It suddenly became twelve -
James and Amber, Travis and Amanda, Sean and Mary (Dad & Mom) Christina and Brandon, Jenni and Michael, Tiffani and Dave~
Our Oldest son Sean and Mary with all of their children which added even more~
 Jessica, Lilly & Myah, Jed and Jadyn, Joseph, Jackson and Joshua (Mary &Sean). Jeffery, Gillian; Jonathan, Jacob, Dana and Sagan~
Back row - Grandchildren with Great Grandchildren -  Jessica, Myah and Jed - 
Front row - Lilly and Jadyn~
Grandchildren and Great Grandson; Jacob and Dana with Sagan~
Our second son Travis and Amanda  with their eight children - Austin, Kason, Karli, (Amanda & Travis), Justice, Ryley and Ethan - Front row; Haven and Layton~
Our third son, James and Amber with their three children -
 Christian, Amber with Averi, James and Taylor Jo~
Our oldest daughter Christina and Brandon with their five -
 Faith, April, Brandon with Levi, Christina, Sariah and Abbey~
Our second daughter Jenni and Michael added three - 
Alyssa, Michael with Benjamin, Jenni and Emma~
Our youngest daughter Tiffani and Dave with their 4 more children -
 Sarah, Tiffani with William, Dave with Kaitlyn and Michael~
 We now total 51 with one more little one in Heaven; our Jesse. This is our forever family~

I am so thrilled that we were able to get all of these photos. I have waited for a long time to have us all together for a large family portrait. 
When we started out with just the two of us we would never have imagined that we would have multiplied to 52. We feel so graterful for each and everyone of our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren that make up our posterity. 
We believe that our family is an eternal family. We are not a perfect family but we are a loving family. We do care about and for one another. We have all had our ups and downs in family life and we have had many trials that have at times been hard to bare. 
When those troubling moments have come we have pulled together and made it through them. Our faith in our Heavenly Father and our loving Savior have been the stability of our family life. We have had many miracles and know that we have been blessed through the eternal covenants that we made in our temples and for the faith that we have in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. We know that our Heavenly Father loves all of His children and blesses them as He has blessed us. Families are the greatest place for us to learn and grow in life experiences.
“Marriage and family life are ordained of God. In an eternal sense, salvation is a family affair. God holds parents responsible for their stewardship in rearing their family. It is a most sacred responsibility.” Ezra Taft Benson
Here you can read "The Family - A Proclamation To The World" by the THE FIRST PRESIDENCY and the Council of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Family Reunion Moments - June 2016~


Since we are full time missionaries for our Church, we had to request permission to attend our Family Reunion this year. Our children agreed to have it near-by so that we could come. Permission was granted and we spent three glorious days with all of our posterity. There were 51 of us; 6 children and spouses, 31 grandchildren, two married with spouses and 4 great grandchildren.
Our children began arriving on Friday, June 17th and the last one left on June 28th. Our three daughters and their families arrived three days before the reunion. They traveled from Washington, Arizona and Australia. We had all three families totaling 18 individuals with us until we left for the reunion in Midway, Utah on Tuesday, June 21st through June 24th.
 After the reunion we had three of the families with us for a few more days as we again started back doing our missionary endeavors. 

Here are some photos of the weekend before 
the reunion with our daughters and their families.  

Here are family photos of the three families that were here for Father's Day - June 19th
Upper Left - Our middle daughter Jenni's family; Michael, Jenni with Emma, Alyssa and Benjamin. 
Upper Middle - Our oldest daughter Christina's family; Abbey, Sariah, April and Levi, Faith, Christina and Brandon. Upper Right - Dad and Mom with Sammy. 
Lower Left; Michael and Jenni.  Lower Middle - Our Youngest daughter Tiffani and her family; Sarah, Dave, Tiffani, Michael with William and Kaitlyn - Lower Right; Dave and Tiffani~ 

More Photos of our  Father's Day Celebration - We attended our Sabbath day meetings, visited, played games, and just enjoyed one another.We had a marvelous time.~
On Monday, June 21st, we celebrated our granddaughter Sarah's 15th Birthday. We did some shopping, baking and good old birthday celebrating. We enjoyed being able to  celebrate with Sarah; this doesn't happen very often since they live in Washington. 
Sarah is the beautiful young woman in the middle of the above photo~
The first official day of our Reunion was June 22nd, 2016 - We spent a few hours at a park with a pavilion. The children enjoyed water sports, games and other activities. Of course, there was lots of good food, laughter, visiting and fun. 


In the evening we drove up a canyon and had family photos taken. It was a fun event. Everyone visited and waited for their families' turn for a photo take. It went very well and the photographer was great. 
The photos below are pictures we took while waiting. 
There are various groups of grandchildren and other moments we captured. 
Upper Left; Sariah, Jackson and Justice; ages 18-21 - Upper Middle, our 17 year olds; Michael,Joseph,Christian, Austin and sweet April - Upper Right. our 12- 13 year olds; Kaitlyn, Alyssa, Averi, Faith and Karli - Middle Left, our 15 year olds; Ethan, Taylor Jo, Sarah, Abbey and Jonathan - Middle Center, 17 year olds - Middle Right, our 8-10 olds - Lower Left; Sarah, Taylor Jo, Abbey and Emma - Lower Middle; our 8-10 year olds; Ryley, Emma, Kason, Levi, William - Lower Right; my daughters and me; Christina, Jenni, Mom(LeAnn), Tiffani




After family photos we returned to the ward building and held a Family Devotional.This was one of the sweetest moments of the reunion. My husband and I changed into missionary attire (suit & dress) and spoke to our posterity. It was a profound spiritual moment. We felt a bit like Lehi and Sariah in Lehi's dream as they stood before the Tree of Life, beckoning their family to come and partake of the Fruit; which represents the love of our Savior and His Atonement. I gave a message on how much our Heavenly Father loves each one of us and desires that we all return back to Him someday. He loves every one of His children that have been born on this earth. He desires for them to come unto Christ. I then testified that Heavenly Father loves and blesses families and we feel He has truly blessed ours. 
My eternal companion then bore a powerful testimony of the restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the Prophet Joseph Smith. He then related the First Vision given to the Prophet Joseph Smith. The feelings in the room were spiritually tangible.  
We then both testified of the truthfulness of The Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is my favorite book and can lead one to Christ more than any other book. It is a powerful book testifying of Jesus Christ and of his appearance to the ancient inhabitants of the Americas as found in 3 Nephi chapters 11-28. 
We brought 42 copies of the Book of Mormon and asked family members to highlight a favorite scripture and mark it and place a pass-a-long card there.  We plan to place these copies with people we meet during the balance of our mission. 
Following those moments, our grandson Jackson, who just returned from a two year mission in Omaha, Nebraska, shared some of the wonderful experiences he had inviting others to come unto Christ. He too bore his testimony of the Restoration of the Gospel and The power of The Book of Mormon. 
The next day we went back to the ward building and had a wonderful lunch. We then had a fun talent show. It was kind of an impromptu moment and those that performed were awesome. The rest of us clapped a lot. 
Benjamin, age 6 played the piano. He has never taken lessons but did so good. Emma, age 10 did a chalkboard drawing. Christian, age 17, played the guitar. Sariah, age 18 played a piano arrangement. Abbey, age 15 performed an improvised dance performance. William and Levi threw paper airplanes and we didn't get Levi in the picture. Michael, age 17 played a improvised Trumpet piece. Then the granddaughters, ages 9-17 sang the song; "Families Are Forever". 
Sariah at the piano with Abbey, Kaitlyn, Alyssa, Karli, Taylor Jo &Averi,
 Faith & Emma, April and Sarah singing.

For most of the nights there we had 5 of our Grandsons stay with us. They are 15 - 17 years old. Each morning my kind companion fixed them really good breakfasts.  We loved being with these grandsons and they didn't keep us up at night at all! They are our next group of missionaries. 

                         Left photo; Austin, Joseph and Christian - Right photo; Michael and Ethan ~ 

After the lunch and program part of the group went swimming at the Condos we stayed at. Thirty of them left to go Zip Lining in the Provo Canyon. We followed them down there later. Some of those with us also decided to do some Zip Lining when we joined the group. We later had a family barbecue.
Here are all the fun photos of the Zip Line Activity. Everyone that was brave enough to go enjoyed it. I wasn't one of them. I did enjoy taking the photos, however. 
Here are the photos of two of my Grandchildren and Three of my Great Grandchildren. This was a little Zip Line that they had fun going on. 
Upper Left; Sagan, Great Grandson - Upper Middle; Layton, Grandson -
 Upper Right; Haven. Granddaughter -
 Lower Left; Lilly, Great Granddaughter - Lower Right; Jadyn, Great Granddaughter ~

We concluded our three days of activities with a barbecue and a fireside devotional. Our son, Travis gave a message on an experience he had on his mission when he heard a voice tell him and two companions that were with him to move their car. A few moments later there was an accident and they would have been killed if they hadn't obeyed that voice. He then bore his testimony. It was a dynamic closing to our family events. We ended this family event with a beautiful prayer given by our Son in law, Michael. 
Here are some of the photos of the goodbye moment when we got home from the reunion. Our daughter, Christina, Brandon and their family had to pack up and head back to Australia. It was so hard to say goodbye to them all. 
This family reunion was marvelous and we had so many lovely moments with one another. All of the grandchildren bonded well together and everyone seemed to have an enjoyable time. 
We had prayed hard before this reunion that we could have a peaceful, spiritual, and fun time with our family. We prayed that Satan would have no influence upon our family activities. We felt that our prayers were answered. I know beyond doubt that Heavenly Father Loves and Blesses Families. He certainly blessed ours. 

Sunday, July 3, 2016

May God Bless America ~ Happy 4th of July!

I love the  America. I know that it is a blessed land. I have always loved reading about the history of the United States of America. We have fought long and hard to be free to make our own decisions and to assist others throughout the world to be free. So many have lost their lives for this great country in defense of freedom. 
Right now our nation faces many critical decisions and I pray we will try with all our hearts to find and support good leaders who will keep the freedoms that we now enjoy.
 May we recognize the importance of the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence. May the blood of many not be wasted by poor decisions made by the leaders of this marvelous nation. 
 One of my favorite Prophets of these last days is President Ezra Taft Benson. When Pres. Benson was an Apostle, he married my husband and I in the Salt Lake Temple. 
Two years later we were invited back to his office to visit with him. He was a great patriot. He served under Dwight D. Eisenhower as Secretary of Agriculture. His office had many items that showed his love for this great country. Here is a few quotes from him.
"I say to you with all the fervor of my soul that God intended men to be free. Rebellion against tyranny is a righteous cause. It is an enormous evil for any man to be enslaved to any system contrary to his own will. For that reason men, 200 years ago, pledged their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor. 
No nation which has kept the commandments of God has ever perished, but I say to you that once freedom is lost, only blood-human blood-will win it back."
 "It’s a great blessing to live in America. It’s a great blessing to have the opportunity to enjoy the freedoms which are ours today. I have seen people, thousands of them, who have lost the freedom which is ours, where they can no longer meet, as we meet here this morning, and express themselves as they see fit, where they no longer have freedom of movement, freedom to select their own jobs, their own educational opportunities, freedom to speak their minds, to write what they wish – freedom of enterprise. In many parts of the world today these rich blessings of freedom no longer exist."
"I testify that America is a choice land.(See 2 Nephi 1:5.) God raised up the founding fathers of the United States of America and established the inspired Constitution.  (See D&C 101:77–80.)This was the required prologue for the restoration of the gospel. (See 3 Nephi 21:4.) 
America will be blessed land unto the righteous forever, and is the base from which God will continue to direct the worldwide latter-day operations of His kingdom.(See 2 Nephi 1:7.)" 
"May we pledge anew that the divine principles embodied in the divinely inspired documents that govern our country be written on the tablets of our own hearts. I pray that our eyes might be single to the will of God, that we might thereby bless our families and our country and that we shall, with increased devotion, work for less government, more individual responsibility, and, with God's help, a better world." 
"I reverence the Constitution of the United States as a sacred document. To me its words are akin to the revelations of God, for God has placed His stamp of approval on the Constitution of this land [D&C 101:76–80]. I testify that the God of Heaven sent some of His choicest spirits to lay the foundation of this government, and He has sent other choice spirits — even you who read my words — to preserve it."
You can read more quotes form this marvelous man here.

I AM THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE (Best 4th of July poem 1)
by Genie Keller
I was born in 1776 on the 4th of July
Amid strife and the burning question of, why?
My aim to succeed in every way
To Bless my people with hope everyday.
My every word took a solemn beginning
The anticipation of futures and also of winning.
I was written with skill from far above
With meaningful words, blended with love.
The pattern was struck into every mind
To explain what was there for all mankind.
The Truth of the Right belongs to all men
To protect it and Guard it, secured to the end.
Now with hope in our hearts and the will of the state
With life, liberty and pursuit of happiness,
OR, our fate
I pledged to each person, the promise of peace
For Loyalty and Independence never to cease.
I wrote to protect us in all of our Rights
And grant us much strength through out all of the nights.
My moments of blogging have been few but I do love reading your posts as I can.  We recently had a marvelous Family Reunion. I am currently working on a blog post to show you photos about the fantastic adventure we had with all of our 50 children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. 
Sending love and hugs your way!   

Sunday, June 19, 2016

For The Father's In My Life~ Happy Father's Day!


When I think about the word Father it has great meaning to me. First of all I know that I have a loving Heavenly Father who loves all of His children. I know that I can communicate with Him through prayer anytime and anyplace. I know that He answers our prayers and that He alone knows us and knows what is best for us.
 I love the following  quote: "Nothing is going to startle us more when we pass through the veil to the other side than to realize how well we know our Father and how familiar His face is to us." - Ezra Taft Benson

I miss my own Father so much! He was such a kind and gentle man. I have a deep love for him and I always felt his sweet love for me,  He is my Daddy and will be forever. He was always doing extra special things for me. I was his youngest and only daughter. I have so many wonderful memories of him. We were very close and I felt like I could always talk with him and tell him anything. He gave great advice through the years. He supported me in all of my activities. He was always there for me.
He loved to dance. One of my favorite memories is dancing with him. He would often put music on and take turns dancing with my mother and I. Just a few months before he passed a way we had our last dance inside the activity room of the nursing home he was in.  He was in there due to  Alzheimer disease. The recreation leader put the music on and then he danced with my mom and then with me. It was a wonderful time when he did know us for those brief moments. it was such an endearing experience. 

I had the best of Father in laws. I loved my husband's father so much. He was always so kind and good to me. One of my favorite memories of him was the day that my husband and I told him that we were engaged. I had waited for my husband while he served a 2 year mission for our church. When he came home we became engaged within about 2 weeks. My soon to be husband was a little nervous about telling his Dad that we were engaged. We went to his home and his father was ironing a pair of pants; I went over and showed him my engagement ring and his comment was: "It's about time". He was always very supportive of our relationship and I loved him for that. He was a marvelous man and a spiritual giant in my eyes. 

My Eternal companion is the best of Father's. This man has always been an equal partner in caring for our children. He would often help me in the middle of the night with one of our newborns or one of our other children that were up.  He walked the floors many times with ill children.
 He is amazing at counseling with our sons and daughters and they often come to him for advice. He has always been supportive of their activities. He assisted with many school and scouting projects.  I have so many fond memories of him planning and working hard to provide for extra special things for our family.  He worked very hard through the years  to provide for our family.
He has always been a great example of a priesthood leader in our home. He has given countless priesthood blessings to his children through the years. I feel so blessed to be his wife and the mother of his children. We are a forever family. 

From these wonderful Fathers, we  have 32 Grandchildren and 4 Great Grandchildren. We are grateful for each of these very good men. We  have observed that they are great Father's and are trying hard to raise their children to be good citizens and to follow our Savior, Jesus Christ. We are so proud of each of them. They all have unique qualities that make them the special men that they are. They are very fun loving Dads.  We love them  very much. Happy Fathers Day To Each of You!


Monday, June 13, 2016

Our Enduring Love~ Celebrating our 49th Wedding Anniversary!


49 years ago today we were married in the Salt Lake Temple
This had been my goal and dream to be married to a man that I could love forever. My dearest husband is that man. It has been a sweet journey for us. We have enjoyed our married life together. We have been through many moments of pure joy and many times of struggle and sacrifice. We have been blessed with a very large posterity. There are now 52 of us; including 32 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. All have blessed our lives with their varied personalities, amazing talents and unique qualities. 
We are fortunate to be with them for a few days as we meet for our family reunion this year. We can hardly wait to see them all and enjoy time together. 

We recently attended the temple and while sitting in the Celestial room, contemplated our large posterity and wondered how we might influence them and be an example to them. 
We thought about Adam and Eve as they were cast out of the Garden of Eden into the "lone and deary world". Through them, the families of this world would multiply and replenish the earth.  
We then wondered how they felt as their posterity multiplied into thousands. As they lived out their final years on earth; what did they want their posterity to know? 

Here are a few of the thoughts of what we would want our posterity to know and remember:
1. We have a loving Heavenly Father and Mother who love us all more than you can possibly imagine. We are their spirit children. Everyone that has been born or will be born belong to our Father In Heaven's family. You have all been born into an earthly family of brothers and sisters that love one another. 


2 We have an  Elder Brother, Jesus Christ, whom through His Atonement provides the way for each of us to return to live with our Heavenly Parents again someday. Our Redeemer paid the price for all of us in the Garden of Gethsemane and Golgotha and He only asks that we be baptized, repent, keep the commandments and covenants that we have made with Him and Endure to the end. 
Each week as you partake of the Sacrament reflect on how you can repent and or improve in your daily actions. Then keep those commitments to always remember our Savior and do as He would have you do. There is nothing you can ever do that the Atonement of Jesus will not cover if you repent and overcome whatever struggle it might be. Forgiveness will come.

3. Heavenly Father has revealed His Gospel in every dispensation since the world began. 
In each dispensation there have been prophets who have taught the gospel. There have been periods of Apostasy throughout the centuries.  During the great apostasy there was no revelation given through a prophet; people fell into spiritual darkness; this was foretold by ancient prophets and apostles. 

4. Because of the Apostasy there was a need for a restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The restoration of the Gospel came through the Prophet Joseph Smith.  Joseph saw in vision the Father and the Son and the Kingdom of God was once more upon the earth. God restored the fullness of the gospel through Joseph Smith. The Priesthood was again restored and Christ's Church was organized.  The Spirit has testified to our souls that this event in history happened. 

5. Today we have a living prophet in President Thomas S. Monson and  twelve Apostles that lead and guide His church today. Follow the Prophets and you will never be led astray. Follow their counsel and advice and you will be safe in an increasingly evil world. 

6. Keep your baptismal covenants and your temple covenants. As you do you will have the great blessing of having the Holy Ghost as your constant companion to guide you, protect you, comfort you, heal you and bless you in so many ways. 

7. Come to know your Heavenly Father through daily prayers to Him. He will always answer those prayers.  The Savior is always there for you no matter what. His arm is always stretched out still. It is up to you to reach for Him. He knows you and because He has suffered all; He is the only one that can lift and succor you in your greatest hours of travail. 

8. One of life's greatest blessings is the privilege to serve your brothers and sisters that surround you.  Service is one of the best ways to show your love to your Heavenly Father and at the same time it will bless your life beyond measure. Service is a the key to a happy life. As you serve one another you will be filled with tremendous joy. 

9. To our sons, grandsons and great grandsons we say; receive and utilize the priesthood in your homes and church assignments. The priesthood is the power to act in God's name. You can heal, bless and serve others through this great gift of the priesthood. You families will be deeply blessed as you use this priesthood to bless them and the lives of others. As a family we have already witnessed the Priesthood in action. There have been numerous examples of healings and times of comfort through Priesthood blessings. 

10. Believe in Miracles because they are all around you. As we have been serving our mission we see the hand of the Lord in this work like never before. He is preparing His children all over the world to receive the gospel into their lives. Look for the little tender mercies that you will find everyday in your life. Just look!

We love our posterity with all of our hearts. We have an enduring love for each and everyone of our children and grandchildren. We want them to partake of the fruit from the Tree of Life which represents the Love of God - Atonement of Jesus Christ and the blessings of the temple.

We want them to hold on to the Iron Rod; which is the word of God.  The Book of Mormon is the greatest book ever written. Within the pages of this book you will find the True Doctrine of Our Savior Jesus Christ. You will find this book to be the best guide throughout your life. It is the perfect parenting manual. It has the answers to life's questions. It will bless your lives as you read it personally and as a family. It is the key to our individual conversions. It is the key to enduring to the end and being prepared for the 2nd coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ. 

As you come to know our Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ you will have a desire to make the Atonement more effective in your life. The culminating ordinances are found in the temples of the Lord. We pray that you will all strive to attend and live the covenants that you have made or will make in the temple. The temple is the ultimate of God's blessings on this earth. Through the temple sealings we can be a forever family and have no empty chairs. 
We have a dream to someday be in the temple with all of our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. What a beautiful day that will be. 

Our love for one another has sustained us through various circumstances. Mostly, we have had a great deal of joy in being with one another. We are enjoying our time of serving together as companions on this mission. We enjoyed all of the precious times that we have been able to attend and to work in the temples of our God. We know that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is true and is what has helped us cultivate and enduring love for each other and for our families.

Here is a sweet video that I wanted to share with you on enduring love in a relationship of marriage. Grab some Kleenex. 

Monday, May 23, 2016

"Family Is The Center of Life" ~ Here's Our Posterity

We are getting really excited for our Roger and LeAnn Williams Family reunion planned for June. We have obtained special permission from our mission to attend our reunion. We can hardly wait to see all our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. There will be a total of 50 of us. We have some fun events planned. 
We believe in Eternal Families. Our loving Heavenly Father loves our families and wants to bless us. In our Preach My Gospel Guide it states the following: "Because families are ordained of God, they are the most important social unit in time and in eternity. God has established families to bring happiness to His children, allow them to learn correct principles in a loving atmosphere, and prepare them for eternal life. The home is the best place to teach, learn, and apply principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ. A home established on gospel principles will be a place or refuge and safety. It will be a place where the Spirit of the Lord can abide, blessing family members with peace, joy, and happiness. Through prophets in every age, including our own, God has revealed His plan of happiness for individuals and families." I believe this to be true. This is a principle that we teach in our missionary endeavors.  
I know that there are no perfect families but that we are all a work in process. In families we learn so many of the characteristics that are needed to be successful individuals and families. The home is the place that we learn patience, tolerance, forgiveness and many other qualities but most important we learn love. 
Today I thought I would share with you pictures of all of my grandchildren and great grandchildren that we will soon see. 

                                               Our oldest son, Sean & Mary's children~
Jed, Jessica, Jacob, Dana, Gillian, Jackson, Joseph, Jonathan, Jeffery, Joshua~
Our 2nd son, Travis & Amanda's children~
Karli, Kason, Ryley, Ethan and Layton, Jessica and Haven, Austin~
Our 3rd  son, James and Amber's children~
Christian, Taylor Jo, and Averi~
Our 4th daughter, Christina & Brandon's children~
Sariah, April, Abbey, Faith and Levi~
Our 5th daughter, Jenni & Michael's children~
Alyssa, Emma, and Benjamin~
Our 6th daughter, Tiffani & Dave's children~
Michael, Sarah, Kaitlyn and William~
  Our oldest Grandson, Jed & Jessica's family~
Lilly, Jessica and Myah, Jed and Jadyn~
Our  2nd oldest Grandson, Jacob and Dana's family~
Sagan, Dana and Jacob~

Meet our precious granddaughter, Averi. 

13 years ago Averi was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disease called Osteopetrosis. You can read her story here. She is a remarkable child in so many way. She is blind and has Autism Spectrum Disorder - Savant syndrome. You can read about this here. She is brilliant in memory, rapid calculations and musical ability. For instance, if you give her your Birth date she can tell you the day of the year it is on. If you give her a date that is significant she can tell you what she did on that date. She can play the piano by ear and began doing this around age 3. She continues to learn well although will she will never be independent. We all love our sweet Averi. She has brought a great deal of joy into our lives. She is a very happy child and self entertaining. All of her Uncles, Aunts and Cousins love her. 
Take a moment and watch this short video of her running the 50 yard dash! She is our family miracle. 
https://www.facebook.com/amber.empeywilliams/videos/10209866526364306/  

Our missionary work has been very busy so I haven't been able to do any blogging. I have missed doing this and plan to carve more time out for this.  Love and hugs to all!

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