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Hi I'm Lorna

I am a homehealth and hospice care giver. I especially love caring for those with special needs. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the mother of 5 grown children, and have many grandchildren. I have been involved in home health and hospice care for many years. I am grateful to have found a job that truly makes me feel like I am of service to others. Each person I care for opens my heart to being more compassionate and I am always learning so much. My passion besides caring for others is quilting. I love the colors and patterns of cloth, and the ability to create something that is a one-of-a-kind gift.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a war troubled time. I couldn't understand a God that I felt allowed wars to happen and all the horror of them, so I left my faith. Years later I was searching for a church to start raising my children in. I heard of the Mormons through an aquaintance and started the missionary discussions. Every question I had they answered. I learned that God was a loving ,caring Father who gave us free agency and the right to make our own choices. That he provided the Savior so we could be forgiven of the wrong choices we made, and go forward in life cleansed from past mistakes. I found peace, comfort, and understanding in the gospel of Jesus Christ, and truly came to know that Heavenly Father is mindful of all his children. I could not survive in the chaotic, troubled world we live in today if it was not for those truths that I know. They sustain me every day as I go forth in life, living the gospel as best I can, and fearing not, for I know that Father lives and he is mindful of everything and every one upon the earth.

How I live my faith

One of my favorite scriptures is Matthew 25: 35 -40. When the Savior tells us that what we do and how we treat others is the same as doing it to him, it helps me to be more patient, compassionate, kind, caring, and understanding to everyone. I seek for ways to help others, at the grocery store, the library, where ever I am. As a care provider it makes my job so much easier as I truly feel honored to be giving care to someone, knowing that "...Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me."I seek for every oportunity I can to be of service, knowing that even if my service that day is smiling at someone I see, or speaking kindly to a cashier, I have served the Lord.