The happenings of the Billy and Sheri Wardle family
What's In This Blog
I created this blog for my journal. I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this blog I keep many of the things I come across as a member of the church. I also share my experiences on the ACE Train and getting to work, my experiences in Manteca where we have lived for three years, and other things I think are noticeable.
This short video is taken from a conference talk from October 2009. It was titled Safety for the Soul. What starts as a discourse on the last days, ends as a powerful testimony of the Book of Mormon. Holland concludes his talk with:
Brothers and sisters, God always provides safety for the soul, and with the Book of Mormon, He has again done that in our time. Remember this declaration by Jesus Himself: “Whoso treasureth up my word, shall not be deceived”15—and in the last days neither your heart nor your faith will fail you. Of this I earnestly testify in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.
This was way back in August, and my pictures are poor. I was trying to take the picture through these crazy glasses.
I was at work during the eclipse. Every ten minutes or so I would go out and take a look. I stopped taking pictures when I realized they were all bad. Here in the Bay area it was a partial eclipse with the sun having a bite taken out of it on one side, which eventually moved to the other side. However the light was just weird during the eclipse. It left me feeling funny.
I have looked at other videos of those who experienced a full eclipse. There was much fun that day. Places where I have lived such as Idaho Falls, ID and Carbondale IL had full eclipses; although clouds disturbed Carbondale's.
Even though they have yet to win, the 49ers have a beautiful stadium. I walk from the train station to the convention center, passing north of the stadium. Here are pictures form the morning walk to, and evening walk back.
We are the Wardles. I am Billy. We are the parents of 8, one in Heaven
(stillborn,) 6 birth and 1 adopted. Four are away from home, two
daughters married and two sons in the Logan area going to school. Tony,
our adopted son is 11 years younger than our youngest birth child, so
he is greatly spoiled. I have worked for the Duckwater Shoshone Tribe, Utah State Social Services, part of the time working with the Ute Tribe, Uintah Basin Counseling and Santa Clara County Mental Health for the last 21 years. Active Mormon and I follow the prophet.