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Hi I'm Carolyn

I have Turner's Syndrome. I love people. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am single and love being an aunt. I substitute teach and am currenty looking for other employment. I love reading, plays, hiking shopping and generallly being around others.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love the gospel. I makes sense to me and I love the positive influence it is in my family's, friends' lives as well as my own. The gospel makes me want to be a better person. It makes me want to be more selfless, more kind. I am specifically Mormon because of the gratitude I have for the increased understanding the restored gospel give me of my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. The preisthood and my temple covenants are invaluable. As a single person who only ever wanted to be a mom, I would be lost if I didn't understand that enternal families are part of the plan and I hold daily to the promise that if I remain faithful in this life I will recieve a famly in the Lord's time whether in this life or the life to come.

How I live my faith

I am trying daily to watch more what I say and how I treat others. I love the scriptures and I love the temple. I am filled with gratitude for the blessing of prayer. I would be lost without these lifelines in my life. Being single I have found Jesus Christ is my best friend. I have found that when I am sad or angry it is because I more focused on the things of the world and self than Him. However, when I am focused on my Savoir I am filled with love and gratitude, lots of gratitude. He has helped me to see the important and forget the unimporant. I a time when things are uncertain, the time honored commandments have brought consistency and purpose into my life.

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