Love the Danes

Denmark is the land of my heritage. My mother was first generation American and she spoke the Danish language as a child, served us many Danish foods, and shared with us many of the Danish customs and cultures she had grown up with. My mother’s father Peter P. Hendrickson left America to join the membersContinue reading “Love the Danes”


2020 What a Year! The year began very nice—we had some good snowstorms and things were going well. Then in February Diana, Jason and Aiden Bowler joined me on a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii where we lived over 40 years ago (1978 to 1980). The Bowlers went to Oahu and Maui besidesContinue reading “2020 WHAT A YEAR!”

Six Months of Quarantine—More disasters

Well, we’ve had pandemics (and they are ongoing), we’ve had protesting and riots, we’ve had earthquakes in Utah. We’ve had Economic upheaval and tremendous hardship financially. This week we had hurricane-force winds in a desert! In Centerville, Utah, we’re used to horrible east winds with bursts up to 80-to 85 mph. Well we had upContinue reading “Six Months of Quarantine—More disasters”

Getting Away–in Quarantine!

We’re still in Quarantine, but I had the opportunity to visit Big Sky, Montana with some of my children and grandchildren. What fun we had!

Quarantine 2020

Quarantine—Part 2 It is now nearly three months after the quarantine began on March 15. It hasn’t been easy; I have struggled with the isolation, not shopping, no church, no social gathering, etc. Marc and Jacci (Marc’s fiancé) have been very careful to not let me go anywhere because I might get infected. But thenContinue reading “Quarantine 2020”


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