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Hi I'm Ramona

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of 2 and step mother of 6. I have 8 step grandchildren. I am married to a wonderful man named Jerry. I will be starting a new job tomorrow as an Admissions Clerk at our local hospital. My hobbies are reading, sewing, and camping. I currently have 2 callings, one is third hour nursery teacher and the other is Webelos Den Leader.

Why I am a Mormon

My best friend introduced me to the Gospel Of Jesus Christs and it took me 2 years to become a member and when I did my life changed so much and I am happier than I have ever been in my life. I know my Father lives and Jesus Christ is my savior and they love me. I know I can have my family with me for all eternity. I thank my best friend for loving me and wanting to share the truthfulness of the Gospel with me. If you haven't figured it out yet my best friend is and always will be my loving husband.

How I live my faith

I live my faith be doing service for my family, church members and friends. I enjoy my callings as a nursery teacher and a Webelos den leader. Our sisters in church get together several times a month to uplift each other and learn different skills and educate each other in new and exciting things we can use to become self reliant and beautify our lives and homes. I read and study my scriptures every day and I try to visit the many web sites to read all the church news.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Mormon women are like most women. We know we have a divine responsibility to nurture our children and honor our husbands. In this we also keep ourselves modestly dressed and teach our children to follow Christ. We keep a house of order where every thing is clean and in its place. We out taught that a man and woman are to walk hand in hand, side by side in all they do. One can not rise without the other. Show more Show less