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Hi I'm Linda

I'm a Mormon. I'm a grandmother, a great grandmother and I take clogging lessons.

About Me

I'm retired and am grandmother to several grandchildren. I like to cook, do volunteer work, do things with my family, travel, read good books including scriptures, watch good movies, spend time with my friends, go to church, play various board games, study and meditate and try to take care of myself and stay as healthy as possible. I'm adventurous and enjoy learning new things. I like to eat out and will try almost any dish at least once. I love music that is uplifting, beautiful and enlarges the soul. I served a foreign mission in 2000 to 2001 and loved it. I love the friends I have from that country and we stay in contact with one another.

Why I am a Mormon

The reason I'm a Latter Day Saint, also known as "Mormon", is because I gained a profound testimony of the truthfulness of the Restored Gospel, the Book of Mormon and the Prophet Joseph Smith many years ago, in 1965. I, already, at that time, had a testimony of Jesus Christ and the Holy Bible. I'm grateful for the Gift of the Holy Ghost, Who continually brings me comfort and peace and hope. He enlarges my understanding of all truth. I continue in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I know there is no other church on earth that holds the keys of eternal progression, growth and happiness found in Jesus Christ through His Holy Priesthood. Jesus Christ is my Savior and Redeemer. He loves and guides me by the power of the Holy Ghost. ALL truth is found in Him. He saves me through His Atoning sacrifice.

How I live my faith

I volunteer in my community as a dosant (tour guide) in the tourism department. I also teach the ladies in our church one Sunday per month. I also participate in a program in our Church which allows me to pay a visit to some of my "sisters" in the Church once a month to see how they are doing and to see if they may be in need of some sort of help or assistance. If any are in need, we notify the leadership and assistance is given as needed. Each person is like a guardian over a few and in this way everyone is sure to be taken care of, much like a shepherd watching over his sheep.