Sunday, April 24, 2011
“…Because our Savior lives, we do not use the symbol of His death as the symbol of our faith. But what shall we use? No sign, no work of art, no representation of form is adequate to express the glory and the wonder of the Living Christ. He told us what that symbol should be when He said, ‘If ye love me, keep my commandments’ (John 14:15). As His followers, we cannot do a mean or shoddy or ungracious thing without tarnishing His image. Nor can we do a good and gracious and generous act without burnishing more brightly the symbol of Him whose name we have taken upon ourselves. And so our lives must become a meaningful expression, the symbol of our declaration of our testimony of the Living Christ, the Eternal Son of the Living God”
Gordon B. Hinckley, Ensign, Apr. 2005, 4–6
“On this Easter morning and always, may our light so shine that we glorify our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, whose name is the only name under heaven whereby we might be saved. That we may ever walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ is my humble prayer.”
Thomas S. Monson, Ensign, May 1999, 54
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Kelsie got a camera for Christmas....I decided to upload the pictures to see what she was taking pitures of. There were probably 50 self shots, 50 of her and her friends/cousins, and a whole lot of others mixed inbetween. It is fun for me to see what she takes pictures of and makes incredibly thankful for digital cameras. I sure am glad that we aren't developing and paying for film.....just using up disk space on the computer!
AFTER We weren't allowed to take cameras into the part of Knott's Berry Farm where the competition was, so I have very few pictures of the cheer competition. However, Kelsie wanted before and after pictures of her hair to show her dad. She loved the way her hair looked in the curls and has asked to have it done more than once since the competition. They had a lot of fun at the competition and did a great job!