Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Attention Arizonans! Join me!

First, I am so sorry for the dearth of blog posts lately. Things are crazy busy here, and I am in a creative slump on top of it. Frustrating!

But in the meantime, I want to call all my fellow Arizonans to the event of the season! One of my dearest local friends, Bridget, has put together an amazing evening for folks in the Valley, even as she has been battling severe illness during her sixth pregnancy. (I have such strong women friends! Whooooot for feminine genius lived out!)

It's Laugh4Hope -- a night of clean, family-friendly stand-up comedy that will bring our community together in laughter and hope. The proceeds from all this fun will benefit the HOPE Mobile and Life Choices Women's Clinics, organizations which brilliantly, lovingly aid women and families in crisis. I know and vouch for both of these charities personally, and our wonderful Bishop Thomas Olmsted has endorsed the event.

So, clear your calendars for Friday, February 7, 2014, 8:00 pm, at the Grand Canyon University Arena, and don't hesitate to bring your family and friends. I bought a row of ten tickets for my own entourage. :)

Check out the comedians who will be entertaining us that evening:

Buy your tickets today, here!

Oh, and if you want to understand the import of what we are doing on February 7, compare it to the "comedy night" that the other side is putting on (on Sunday of all days) here. Ummm, the differences could not be more clear, no?

See you at Laugh4Hope!!


  1. The pro-abortion crowd is so vile. Unbelievable.

  2. Priscilla, I know. The vileness and shock value is deliberate on their part. It's how they sever us from our traditions/values and desensitize the populace to things that were once considered horrifying and indecent. It works pretty well, sadly.

  3. Event for a cause! It's like hitting two birds in one stone. We can enjoy the event at the same time helping others. This is great.

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