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  1. This makes me so happy! I love everything you write. This will be a fun new project for you — hopefully. one that never ends ❤. Thank you for sharing it with me.

    • I’m so glad you found it. Thanks for the positive comments. You know I love you! And I’ll see you quite a bit (I have to get out of this poor poor poor air quality! Love, MEE

  2. Just found this MEE Thinks today. I have read your blogs and love them. Busy Brain is the best, it helps me fill my mind with clean and positive thoughts so that there would no space for negative and impure ones to come in 🙂

  3. Hi Mary Ellen, This is Lurlene Gutke. I am Christi Monroe’s visiting teacher. Went to dinner with her on Dec 16th. She spend a lot of time telling me how much she loved and appreciated your family. Thanks for all you do, all you have done and all that you will yet do for her and all mankind.

    “Deck the Hog with Bowls of Jelly” Ha ha ha ha ha la la la la…..Merry Christmas

    Please send email if you will so I can keep you posted. Thanks!!!

  4. Hi Mary,

    First I just wanted to say I love hearing all your stories at Time out For Women!

    Ok now for my question. My husband and I run Abiqua Media and are getting ready to produce a web series that will showcase BYU football. To help promote a crowd funding campaign we are doing we will host a Facebook event and are looking for some rewards to give to people that participate and contribute to our campaign the first day.

    We were wondering if you would be willing to donate a signed copy of one of your books, or something else of your choosing. In return we would promote you during our event and on our social media sites for the show and the Shows homepage.

    If you would like to learn more about the show you can go here.

  5. I don’t know how to send you fan mail, so I guess posting here will do. 🙂 I own a few of your books, and in my most recent and most dangerous battle with depression I pulled MEE Thinks and MEE Speaks off the shelf as a bit of dessert to add to my careful diet of scriptures and prayer and therapy and meds. I just wanted to thank you for writing–for sharing your sweet testimony and off the wall thoughts with complete strangers (like me) who are blessed by your work.

    PS My 7-year-old daughter loves your books, too. Her favorite story so far is about the Wasps.

    • THANK YOU, dear Anaise, for your note. I’m so glad I found it this morning (I’m not very prompt at responding and often don’t respond at all, but I think I had a prompting to look at your note). I just read an article in the current Ensign about a woman who struggled hard with depression (her name was withheld, which I think is a kind thing for a magazine to do with an article like this). It’s on p.60; title: Choosing to Live. I feel thankful that my little books helped you in some way. Do you have the “Buck Up Little Buckaroo” book? If not, let me know, and I’ll send you one. My email — Blessings, love and hugs being sent your way! (Tell your daughter I’m glad she likes the story about the wasps).

  6. Dear Sis. Edmunds –

    I used to interpret for the international branch at the MTC back when you were there and spoke to the missionaries during their Sunday meetings, usually several times a month (1990s). Your talks were some of the easiest and most enjoyable to interpret. Part of the reason was how strongly the Spirit was present during your talks. Another part was how clear, direct, and pure your message and thinking were. Thanks for the preparation you put into that task and for the powerful influence you had on so many cohorts of missionaries.

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