Laurel Christensen

March 16, 2019 12:00 PM MDT
I don’t know about you, but I had a “plan A” for my life. (Surely I am not the only girl who attempted to plan out her life.) I remember sitting around with some of my girlfriends one day when we were all in college. We were discussing my “plan A,” and that led to “plan B” ... which led me to think about “plan C.” I sort of wrote out my life plans and realized that I was already on “plan K.” (And this was a problem because I hadn’t even served a mission yet. By the time I went on my mission, I was beyond “plan K.”)
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October 09, 2012 04:16 AM MDT
I remember like it was yesterday. I was a 13-year-old girl living in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. My mom and I drove to the stake center in Louisville for the first satellite broadcast just for young women of the LDS church. It was November 10, 1985, and it was the first time the Young Women theme was introduced. I can still remember the feeling of sitting there in the chapel, hearing that theme for the first time and listening to the invitation from Sister Ardeth Kapp, Young Women general president.
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