Thankful for Exponent II

suze-exponent-biltmoreI spent my Thanksgiving Holiday in Asheville, NC. On Friday, I toured Biltmore, the grounds and the house. One these tours, I often bring reading materials – just in case I get held up on a bench somewhere. My choice for this occasion: Exponent’s Fall issue.

You will see me pictured here on the Biltmore Estate with my Exponent II.

I’m always thankful for Exponent – and on Thanksgiving I get to say it out loud.

I love carrying the stories of women with me. The stories of love bring me comfort; the stories of faith bring me inspiration; and the stories of courage bring me motivation.

The voices of Mormon women are in the pages of the Exponent II magazine –and I am thankful for this community. This community understands my liberal Mormon heart. I love that.

Why are you thankful for Exponent II?

Suzette

Suzette lives in the Washington DC area and works as a Professional Organizer. She enjoys blogging and serving on the Exponent II Board. Her Mormon roots run deep and she loves her big Mormon family which includes 20 nieces and nephews, 6 sisters, 5 brother in laws, 2 parents - and dozens of cousins. Her favorite things about church are the great Alexandria wards, temple worship, and all things Visiting Teaching.

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  1. Carolyn Nielsen says:

    Suzette, you have expressed the importance of Exponent II for my inquiring liberal feminist questioning Mormon mind beautifully. I am deeply grateful for a space where I can write or speak my mind without concern for being judged or patronized. I’m thankful for every one of you.

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