Tuesday, November 29, 2011
I am truly grateful for all those who have walked across my path and have touched my life with hope, love and light. Whether it be directly or indirectly, that moment will be remembered forever.
November 26, 2011
When a tragic accident took the life of 20 year old Laney Peacock her family was devastated. Her loss left a hole in the family that is impossible to fill but her family has found some peace in her testimony that she left behind. Weeks before the accident Laney documented her feelings about the Church and her love of the Savior. After her death, her family discovered this testimony in her journal and have shared it with others as they continue to heal and have hope for the future.
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