WHAT DOES EYES TO SEE MEAN TO YOU?
LORI CEBOLLERO, Pheasant Place Ward
Hey friends, I’m Lori Cebollero and I’m thankful to be serving as Stake Relief Society Secretary as it gives me the chance to get to know more sisters in our stake.
My husband and I have four kids and one super cute grandson! Our youngest son Jackson is serving a full-time mission in the Arkansas Bentonville Mission, currently serving in Missouri. I have lived in Layton since I was three years old. My husband and I built our first home off of Flint Street, a few years after we got married and lived there for 16 years. Then we moved 3 miles west to Pheasant Place in 2012. We love West Layton!
When I think of this year’s Women’s Conference theme, “Eyes to See,” I think of my favorite picture of Christ hanging in my home. I see it every morning when I come downstairs. His eyes just look at me and I look at Him. I have no doubt He sees me and knows me. I have felt Him near me in my good times and my bad times. I’m so grateful for the knowledge I have that I know Jesus Christ atoned for me and for you.
I hope you will come to Women’s Conference and enjoy the peaceful feeling that I know will be there.