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Hi I'm Lynn

I'm a cook, aunty, sister, and above all else a Mormon.....

About Me

I was born and raised in Hawaii and have visited many states until residing here in Colorado. I am a proud Aunty of 13 nieces and nephews and the oldest of 4 girls. I love to cook, read , write in my journal, and watch my nephews play sports. I enjoy spending time with my sister and my niece and love love love to take pictures of pretty much anything that catches my eye. I am living with cancer and doesn't let that get me down one bit. I have learned that life is a gift that is given to us from Heavenly Father and that we can do two things...one let it get us down and begin to hate the world and everyone that tries to help us or we can learn to accept it and learn from it and move on. I love the fellowship that I have with my ward members and believe that Heavenly Father truly has blessed me with loving and caring Angels all around me.....

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because of a neighbor we invited me to attend service with her and to gain a better understanding of the Mormon religion As soon as I stepped into the ward I felt an overwhelming feeling of peace and joy. The whole time I was in church I listened and asked questions and even observed at how much everyone just loved the gospel and what it has done in their lives. I was I guess you could call a lost soul who was looking for a place that felt real and a feeling of being belonged. I then asked for the missionnaires to come over and teach me more and I began to feel excited and eager to read the Book of Mormon and to know more about the religion. I felt love and happiness each time I went to church and wanted more....I had that hunger feeling and the more I read and learned the more I knew this is where I belonged.

How I live my faith

I try to be a great example to my nephew because he and I are the only Mormons in our family. I try to learn as much as I can about the religion because I am still new but have the passion to hear and do more. I live my faith by reading my scriptures daily and by thanking Heavenly Father for my life and for everything that he has given me and shown me. I am open to talking about my choice of becoming a Mormon and why I believe what I believe and how it has truly impacted my life.

What is being a Mormon like?

 I love it...if you ever felt a sense of lonliness or lost and that no one cares, all I can say is I don't feel it here. Everyone is so welcoming and loving and the sense of being belonged and loved is what I feel all the time while I am in church and being a Mormon. Show more Show less