making historyphoto speaking written by Jana March 20, 2008 speaking, by K, originally uploaded by pilgrimgirl. This past Saturday, pimping my podcast to UCI recruits and colleagues. PS: It’s an established fact that I can’t speak without waving my arms around. Just thought you might want to know that. Share this:ShareEmailPinterestFacebookTwitterRedditPrint 3 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Jana previous post it’s a jammie day next post note to self More Posts Like This One my favorite from the archive… the quorum on being haunted, by history not afraid to come out of his shell a beautiful day…(and a room with a view) barelegged and barefooted yes i heart you trying again 3 comments Alisa March 21, 2008 - 4:55 am I also talk with my hands. I think I’m going to learn to sign some of my idiosynchratic phrases, so at least my motions will make some sense. Great link to an earlier post. About 10 months ago, I had Richard L. Bushman sign my copy after a Harvard Alumni gathering in Utah County (my friend was the alumn). He asked me if I was “clinging to the very cliff of belief.” I replied, “Um, yeah, I guess so,” and felt weird,like he might have this power to see into my heart. Or, more likely, he just hears a lot from faithful doubters, and I was nothing new. Reply jana March 21, 2008 - 6:18 am Did you say something to him to lead him to believe that you were doubting? Or does he just say that to everyone who gets a book signed? (note: he didn’t say that to me, but I was at an LDS fireside-like event in a chapel) Reply Alisa March 23, 2008 - 5:33 am It was a more intimate setting, and I had mentioned that our deep discussion that night had really come at an important time in my spirituality, which is when he launched into the dramatic description of my questioning soul. I think it was kinda funny, that he probaby just thinks we shouldn’t take every little thing so sersiously. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.