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Published: Tuesday, March 29 2011 5:00 a.m. MDT

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suzyk#1
Mount Pleasant, UT

What a beautiful article - she is uplifting in her words and her courage. She deserved that privilege because of her willingness to serve, her faith and love of the gospel. It brought tears to my eyes as I read it to the end. What a privilege it is to know that God does live, that we have a TRUE living Prophet and that if we allow ourselves to grow Heavenly Father is always there to prod, push and encourage. Life is good!!!!!

SLCMom
Salt Lake City, UT

This is a very sweet story. Thank you for sharing!

grandmagreat
Lake Havasu City, AZ

I can understand the feeling. Many years ago I had the privilege of sewing costumes for two Church Productions at Kingsbury Hall. I also was given the privilege of making costumes for the girls that were part of the Golden Bee Jubilee for Beehive Girls, what a wonderful experience. And last but definitely not least I was asked to take over the roll of Costumer for the Days of 47 Pageant Held in the old Tabernacle. What a thrill it was to use my talents to serve the Lord in this way, in this special place. I am so grateful that I was able to use the abilities taught to me by a wonderful mother, and to participate in these great church productions. This was my turn, since I do not sing well enough to be in a choir, I could do this one thing that would change not only my life but the life of many others. My Stake President once played the part of a train in a roadshow in Henderson Nevada, representing Lake Havasu City Ward, a costume chaallenge.

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