Thursday, May 6, 2010


Got a little thank you note in my inbox today and I LOVE thank you's.

This was how I spent the last weekend, and it was great as always. Although I could do with a little less Mercy River. They are fine, just not my favorite.

See if you can spot me in the video!

Yeah. I couldn't see me either. But I was there hoping like the rest of 'em.

If you get a chance to hit a Time Out For Women this round- do it. Just hearing Mariama's story will change your life, and Jenny Oaks Baker live is something not to miss.



PRP said...

I thought I was the only one who grew tired of Mercy River...they are certainly talented but it was a bit long winded for me.

But yes! Mariama's story was life changing. She was worth the whole weekend.

lindsay>boo said...

Heather, we were definitely on the same page with all of Time Out for Women! Mariama's story was absolutely amazing. After she finished, I thought to myself, "This is why I came to this. Wow." Jenny Oaks Baker was fabulous too. And I agree, it was really A LOT of Mercy River.

LKP said...

personally i liked it all.
mariama was the one i've been waiting since december to hear from. but i really enjoyed both jenny oaks baker AND mercy river. they have a fresh sound, and their songs really resonated with me. =) going again in the fall, should be fantastic as well!

AOlson said...

This was my first Time Out For Women experience and I really enjoyed it. I LOVED all of the speakers, especially Mariama and I totally LOVED Mercy River. I even bought their CD. Can't wait to go again. Next time, I may be tagging along with a few of you;)

tharker said...

A little bummed that I missed it. From what Lindsay told me about Mariama, she sounds like an amazing woman. I'd love to hear her speak!

Shellie said...

Hey, I saw my sister!

Vern said...

Mariama came and spoke to our Relief Society last year and it was crazy inspiring. What a woman!