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Hi I'm Aimee

I'm a New Englander. I'm an archivist. I'm an aunt. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently finished graduate school where I studied to be an archivist. My family has been in New England for generations and that helps me feel connected to my beautiful home, even while I am away from it. I have a great love of history, especially family history. I love how photographs, records, and artifacts from the past can help me feel a connection to the people that have lived before. I love how that connection helps me understand more about my present and future. I love films, music, literature, and culture. I love sharing time, experiences, and good food with my friends and family. I especially love the fun crazy times when I make memories, and the peaceful, quiet times when I can ponder.

Why I am a Mormon

It makes so much sense and is such a comfort that the Gospel deals in eternity, not only mortality. I am eternal. I have always been, and I will always be... me. I have learned that there is a clear plan for me, and a real purpose to my life. I know where I came from, why I am here, and where I am headed, and that truly helps me live my life with the proper perspective. There are so many truths I continue to learn about myself, about my loving Heavenly Father, about his plan for me, and about the Atonement of his beloved Son that makes it all possible to achieve. I love the peace and comfort I feel in knowing who I am, and knowing I have a loving Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I attend Church meetings, study the scriptures, and pray constantly. That helps me to learn, and gives me the strength and ability to apply the principals of the Gospel in my life as I work and interact with others, as I make mistakes, and as I continue to progress and move forward.

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

Aimee
Yes, a husband and wife can be together forever, and families can be united for eternity. Through sacred ordinances performed in temples, families can be bound together eternally and continue forever. The reason the Gospel is so centered on families is because they are not just for the here and now, they are designed and intended to be forever. It is in our families that we have the ability to find true happiness, and it will be that way through eternity. Show more Show less