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Hi I'm Susan

I'm in my fifties, I have a great family and now we enjoy the blessings of grandchildren. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm now experiencing the almost empty nest, I still have one child at home and I'm seizing the moments we have together. We have a new puppy in our home, I'm busy training him so I spend a lot of time outdoors, thank goodness it's summertime. I enjoy scrapbooking, making greeting cards, spending time with my amazing friends. My husband and I enjoy watching home improvement TV together and we both have realized we will hire someone to do our home improvements.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a part member family, meaning my mother was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and my father was not. As a child I noticed most families coming to church together, sitting together in pews and I wanted that for me and my family. I prayed often for my father to join the church and year after year nothing happen. I realized then that I wanted to marry someone who would love the gospel of Jesus Christ and we together would bring our family to worship together. As a teenager I noticed at church that the first Sunday of the month people in the congregation were invited to come to the pulpit and share their testimonies of the gospel, many would say, "I know this is the true church of God, and of our Savior Jesus Christ". I wanted to know that too, just as they did. I was aware of the promise in the Book Of Mormon, Moroni 10:3-5, the promise is, if we read the pages of the Book Of Mormon and have a desire to know if the book is truly from God, the power of the Holy Ghost will manifest it. I took on the challenge in hopes to receive the promise, I read almost the entire book, before I finished the pages I had received a personal witness that this book was truly from God.

How I live my faith

I give my time to my family, my Heavenly Father and those who need my help. I accept church callings that require my time such as preparing lesson, visiting others or serving.