When it comes down to it, much of what I want my children to know is contained in The Family: A Proclamation to the World. But I wasn't utilizing it enough. The small copy we had crammed in our bookcase wasn't doing the trick. So for Mother's Day, I requested a giant print. Mike designed one and I found a frame at a thrift store. I love it. It shines like a beacon in our living room. I've already seen some of my children turned backwards in that white chair for a few quiet moments, studying it. I know that if we abide by the principles in this Proclamation, our family will be blessed, my children will know who they are, and we will have more happiness together. After all, isn't that the point of all of this?
i am a wife, a mother, a homemaker, a mormon, a collector of white cake plates, a seamstress, and a want-to-be runner. i live in arizona, where the sun always shines, and the winters are a dream. i blog about my life at home. it's a good life, and i am happy.