Meg’s Monthly Message

Life Lessons On Less…and More

Life Lessons On Less…and More

I didn’t dare blink. If I blinked, the tears were going to fall, but if I could keep my eyes opened, it just looked like I had allergies. And so I kept my increasingly watery eyes glued to the ...

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Angels Round About

Angels Round About

I waved goodbye to Zula one last time as she and her “Mimi,” my mother-in-law, went inside Mimi’s house to play with the toys. I said another quick prayer for safety for her and me and everyone ...

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Wheelchair Blessings

Wheelchair Blessings

As I sat on the couch next to my husband and watched the First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional last Sunday, I tried to do as President Uchtdorf suggested and open my eyes to see the blessings ...

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Counting Angels

Counting Angels

My life might not seem very “ideal.” Most of my body is paralyzed and I’m in a wheelchair. And sometimes, when I’m feeling a little weighed down and heavy with the burdens I bear, I have to ...

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Would You Like to Dance?

Would You Like to Dance?

I love to dance. I love many types of dancing, but ballroom is my favorite. I love to Waltz and Foxtrot and Merengue and Lindy Hop. And Polka. I love the Polka. Before I was paralyzed, I could ...

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The Undocumented Savior

The Undocumented Savior

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed. The little Lord Jesus lay down his sweet head. The stars in the heaven look down where He lay. The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay. The cattle are lowing, ...

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A Chocolate Day

A Chocolate Day

“Reaching out to others can be the best thing you ever do for yourself.”~Mary Ellen Edmunds I had a very sweet experience the other day. And the sweetness of it didn’t have a lot to ...

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