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Hi I'm Susan

I married very young and have 4 grown children. I was a stay-at-home mom for 25 years, then joined the work force. I am a Mormon

About Me

 I learned to crochet and knit very young and love quilting and making and doing things for others, especially for my family. I love learning all I can about my extended family and have been actively researching my family tree for over 40 years. I enjoy combining two of my hobbies by making pictures quilts of ancestors and family members and sharing them with other family members.

Why I am a Mormon

 I love my Savior and try to emulate him in my daily life. I love my family and want to be with them forever. As a member of this church, I know that by following the Savior I can be with my family forever. It makes me happy to know following the Savior and loving my family go hand in hand.

How I live my faith

 I love serving others and living the gospel affords me the opportunity to serve others, including my family. My calling is serving in the organization that is for the women and as such I am able to serve the women in a variety of ways. I love getting to know them better and growing to love each of them. In my calling I have had the opportunity to teach different skills, including knitting in my home. This allows some of the women time to get to know each other better and learn a skill that they can use to help others.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

 We believe that families can be together throughout the eternities in "heaven" by obedience to the laws and ordinances that God has established. Those include being baptized into his church and sealed together in the temple, both by one holding the authority. After being united or sealed together, each individual member of the family has to continue to live their lives worth of such blessings. Each can choose their own path. We strive as LDS families to live worthy of all the blessings of being a family. Show more Show less