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Hi I'm Gail

I grew up in Connecticut. I've lived in 16 states in the past 20 years, some states more than once. I love to quilt! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been married for 21 years, have 10 his/hers children and 32 grandchildren. My husband and I love to ride our motorcycle. We've been traveling with construction for 20 years, and have finally settled down. I love to quilt and I make alot of quilts for charity. I love to donate my time to organizations that help children.

Why I am a Mormon

I am so thankful to my ex-husband for introducting me to the church. I had a difficult childhood and had very little self esteem. I joined the church when I was 22 and it has changed my life. I now know that I have a Heavenly Father that loves me, unconditionally, and I strive to live up to his expectations. Even when I falter I know that I can ask for forgiveness and receive it. Lnowing that my husband and I can be together for all eternity is also a special blessing. I don't want to be with him only untl one of us dies, I want to be with him forever. I know that my Heavenly Father blesses my life and am so thankful for my membership in His church.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by accepting any callings I might receive. Right now I am working with the 9 yr old cubscouts. This is new to me and I hope I can be an effective leader. I love the youth in our church. They are such an inspiration to me! I volunteered in the kitchen at our Girls Camp for 3 years, cooking for 125 youth and leaders in a kitchen where the ovens vented back into the kitchen. It was a hot, hard job but was so rewarding, and the girls were so appreciative of the meals we prepared. I also love to serve in the community. I enjoy making quilts for children in need of comfort, and working with children. Some of these kids just need to be held and be reassured that they are loved. I pray that I can touch their lives.