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Rosalie Erekson Stone
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An optimistic, nomadic grandmother
An optimistic, nomadic grandmother

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I have written a new post for my blog, one prompted by an experience i had recently while driving to the Seattle LDS temple in Bellevue, Washington.
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My LDS Google+ friends may want to read my latest post on my blog.
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Reflecting on important decisions that can totally change our lives.
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I recently discovered that a favorite blog post of mine, written 10 years ago, had disappeared from my blog, I had an experience this week that reminded me of how important this subject is, so I’ve republished it.
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50 years ago today I was married for time and all eternity to my amazing husband, David. Even though he has gone on ahead to the next great adventure, we still make a great team! This photo from our wedding reception shows us with our mothers by our sides. My mother not only made my wedding dress and veil, but also crafted the ribbon roses used in my bouquet and the mothers’ corsages. I’m thinking of all the relatives and friends who were with me that day with much love. And, although David is no longer physically by my side, my heart is filled with joy and gratitude for all the memories we share, and for the sure hope I have of our being reunited again some day.
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The second, and final, part of my post  “Maintaining Trust When God’s Ways Seem Inscrutable” is now available on my blog.
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The new post on my blog was prompted by an incident involving a grandchild, something I heard on the radio, and a favorite hymn based on the 23rd Psalm.
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I have published a new post on my blog. The month of June is special to me, because both my father and my late husband were born in June. This post was inspired by some valuable advice my father gave me as a child, and some insight I have gained since my husband passed away.
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The final post in my trilogy on truth is the most personal. It deals with a family experience which used to be merely humorous. Since my husband David’s death, it has also become a source of reflection on the ability of our minds to discern truth in this phase of our existence. As David did, I look forward with anticipation to the day when we may transcend our mortal limitations, and all things bright and beautiful will be brought to our everlasting remembrance.
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