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Hi I'm Sheryl

I'm a Mormon. I grew up on a potato farm in Idaho.

About Me

I am a Wife, Mom, and Grandma. All of which I love. My family are the most important things to me in life. I love spending time with them and talking with them. I get to travel with my husband with his work which allows us time to be together. It's all about spending time together. I am a quiet reserved person. I like being at home baking and cooking, and making our home a pleasant place to be. I like to have a clean home. I enjoy having things in order. I like to plan.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a home with parents in the Gospel. My parents were married in the Temple. I have always felt very strong about about the truthfulness of the Gospel. I know Families can be together forever. We have been blessed with 5 beautiful children. One of our sons died shortly after birth. He was 6 days old. I want to strive hard each day to live the commandments so we can be and Eternal Family. We can live together after this life together. The Gospel gives me purpose in life. I see so many people looking for happiness and direction. They live for the moment I want to live for Eternity. I love life. I love my family, I love being a Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Daughter. I want to live my life so I can return and live with my Heavenly Father some day. I know the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the True church. I know the Book of Mormon is true. I love the Gospel with all my heart. I love the Temple. You can't help feeling the spirit there even just by walking the grounds outside the temple.

How I live my faith

I am a Ward Missionary with My Husband. We have the opportunity to go into our ward members homes and get to visit with them and get to know them better.This is nice because our ward is so large. I am quiet so this gives me the opportunity to break away from my comfort shell. I am also a visiting teacher which allows me to visit with sisters in our ward and get to know them. We move a lot. When moving into a new area we always find new friends because of our Faith we always have this in common with other members of the church. They are very welcoming. We travel a lot and it gives us the opportunity to show others that we are different. We don't drink but we can still be friends and socialize. Hopefully we set good examples for others to see because we know they are watching us.