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John Bytheway and Chieko Okazaki share hope at Time Out for Women

With the stirring tones of "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" violinist Jenny Oaks Baker began the 2010 Season of Time Out for Women.

Women filled the Val A. Browning Center at Weber State University in Ogden Friday, Feb. 5, with laughter as John Bytheway next took the stage. When originally asked to speak, he first thought: "I don't know how to speak women."

But he learned in the ensuing conferences and chose his theme for the evening: "Everything I Needed to Know, I Learned at Time for Out for Women."

While smattering his presentation with quotes, jokes and stories, two of his main lessons were "choose to be delightful" and "appreciate your spouse."

And after retelling a story of a climber saved using the belaying system (a technique used in climbing to prevent a falling climber to cause the other to fall) the one who was saved wondered what to say to his climbing companion, "How do you respond to someone who just saved your life?"

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