"Little Miss Tabitha." My sweet grandaughter is almost eleven months old. She brings so much joy into my life. Tabi is walking around furniture and starting to say a few words. Last week I moved one of her toys and she said, "no, no no!" She gives her doll "loves," laughs at my dogs, and loves to read books. I am so glad she lives nearby. Tabi is the center of attention. When our family gathers, she sits on her blanket and plays with her toys and we circle around her and watch in amazement and awe. I love being a grandmother! And now for those living in my area...I am renting out my preschool building and supplies. Please help me spread the word. G http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home o here for more information.
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July 24th is Pioneer Day. This day is set aside as a time to honor the Pioneers who traveled across the united states to Utah so that they could have religious freedom as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (mormons). Many of my ancestors were Pioneers. They joined the church in England and went through many hardships in order to settle in the west. I have often thought about the sacrifices they demonstrated and the courage they must have had. My great, great Grandfather was Samuel Lane Crook from Apperly, Gloucestershire,England. His family listened to the message of the missionaries and were baptized. His sister Elizabeth Crook Panting and Samuel were able to buy passage on the ship "Thorton" to come to America. I have always been fascinated by their stories. Here is a small account of Elizabeth's story. Elizabeth Crook Panting was born 7 May 1855. She married Frederick Panting. He was considered the "town drunk.
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One of the first moments I remember as a four year child was swinging on the swing set in our back yard. I was wearing a white dress with blue flowers and a big blue collar. As I went back and forth i sang with all my heart a song I made up about how much Jesus loves us. This must have been a moment that really mattered in my life to have remembered it for so many years. I love this message and I'm sure you will.