Saturday, April 2

General Conference!

The first two sessions of Conference have left me with a lot to think about, and a few talks already to go back and read or watch in the coming days. There are tons of thoughts I could write about, but, for me, General Conference is more than just watching in the chapel or finding a broadcast. It's an opportunity to spend time with others. It always felt like some sort of holiday when I was little - a holiday where you go to church for 10 hours. And sometimes more when you want to watch the Church World Report. All that together means I'm less inclined to be online or blogging, and will encourage the same to anyone who asks.


  1. Yayyy! I love Conference :) I agree, it really feels like a Holiday. A really really good Holiday.

  2. I too love General Conference. I just found your blog, and don't know how I didn't know about it before. You write beautifully and I'm so glad I came across it!

    Your Widow's Mite post brought me to tears. What a beautiful and inspiring testimony. I look forward to reading more.


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