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Hi I'm Robyn

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I play the piano, organ, violin, saxophone, bass guitar and a few other instruments. I love everything about good music for it lifts me spiritually like nothing else. My parents tell me I would sing myself to sleep every night as a very young child. I sang a solo in Sacrament Meeting today, and arrangement of "Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee". I'm so thankful that a loving Father in Heaven has seen fit to allow music into our lives. I am in my fifties now and have five wonderful children, three of which are married. Our eighth grandchild will be born in October of this year. I work for a hospital as an x-ray technician. Mammography is my main focus and I love the work and dealing with the public each day. It feels good to be able to serve our community.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel it a great blessing to have been born in the church. I suppose I have always had a testimony of the gospel but there came a time when I knew that I must have my own witness that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God and that the Book of Mormon was true. It became a quest I guess for many months I truly desired to know for myself. One day I just had to know. I went to my bedroom in the middle of the day and knelt down and asked Heavenly Father to please let me know that what I was living, studying and believing was the truth or not. Heavenly Father did the most wonderful thing. I gave me the most wonderful feeling of warmth and love that I cannot explain. I came from that room a different person, a better wife and mother and more determined to be all that I could be so I could someday once again feel that beautiful feeling again. That is why I'm a Mormon. I know that this gospel is true and that by living by the Lord's commandments each day with help me to be more like Him so I can live with Him and Father again. That is my eternal goal.

How I live my faith

I play the piano and organ in our ward. I sing for weddings and funerals and community programs. My husband and I both play with the fiddler group in southern Idaho, and most of the senior citizen groups in the various towns around have us play for them monthly. My instructor on the fiddle is now in her mid nineties and it is a challenge to try and keep up with her. She's quite a lady. I am a visiting teacher which means that I have three or four ladies in our ward that I visit each month, give a little gospel message and help her in any way that may be needed. I love the women I teach they are such good examples to me. They help me be a better person.