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The Holistic LDS Living Conference

Dear Friends,

I am so excited to let you know that I will be participating in the upcoming Holistic LDS Living Conference! I have been gearing up for the last few weeks,  so I apologize that I have not posted in a while. I will be in booth 16 at the front of the vendor area.

The conference will be on the last Saturday in June, on the 26th, in South Jordan, Utah at Paradigm High School.  I would love for you to meet me there, so I wanted to let you know that the registration deadline is this Friday, on June 18.  After that, there may be some at the door registration spots left, but it’s not guaranteed and it will be at a higher price.

The conference is going to be amazing, and has 20 speakers providing 56 classes to choose from.  Truly something for everyone, you won’t be disappointed! Many magnificent and qualified practitioners in the holistic field will be presenting at this conference.  The opportunity to learn about such a vast array of interests  from herbs, essential oils, energy work,  vaccines, holistic dentistry, whole foods, and the like will be offered at the conference and is geared towards the beginner and expert alike. Be sure to check the blog and Facebook and Twitter pages to keep up to date on the last minute happenings.

As you know,  there has been a major shift in the acceptance of the holistic arts, especially within the LDS community.  It is important and timely to bring such an intensive learning opportunity to the public.  Although the conference is  spiritually based, it is open to people of all faiths and beliefs.

Your support would be very appreciated!  If you could forward on this information to your contacts to let them know about this fantastic opportunity to learn and become empowered, that would be great.

Thank you!

Race for the Cure Salt Lake

My oldest daughter and I walked in the Race for the Cure on Saturday. My friend has been struggling with breast cancer the last several months and we went to support her. I think it was also a good experience for my daughter to see how many people were there with signs that said “in memory of . . .” and how many lives have been touched by breast cancer. I took several pictures for Meg since she had her last chemo treatment the previous day, and was unable to make it.

A Pink Baloon Arch marked the starting point for the 5k

One of the Bikers Who Were Helping With Crowd Control

A Group of Walkers Dressed Up for the Cause

A Group of Walkers Dressed Up for the Cause

Geeks for a Cure

Geeks for a Cure

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C@nc3r D03$ N0t C0mPut3

Sorry LInda, They Wouldn’t Let us Run Naked

Proof that I walked at least 3 miles 😉