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Hi I'm Dianne Mulloy

I have a passion for learning, love art, enjoy people and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up spending Sundays with my grandparents where the whole family gathered around a large dining room table and the youngest sitting on the phone book so she could reach the table. I wanted to be just like my grandpa and followed him everywhere. I now enjoy putting together photos and stories of the past so I can pass on the memories. I have three children and one grand-daughter that listen and laugh as the stories are told. I divorced after twenty four years and decided to go back to school. My son was in second grade and I was starting my first year of college. As I looked over my books I said to him "I don't know any of this stuff" he said, "mom schools not for knowing stuff it's for learning stuff". We have been learning "stuff" together ever since. I enjoy reading, journaling, and grew my first garden this year. My life is not without challenges but God knows me and the details and that gives me comfort.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised a methodist but when I was a teenager missionaries came to our door. Before being baptized I went to church and felt something I had never felt before. I did not know what the feeling was but liked it so much that I wanted to go back. I later learned that this feeling came from the Holy Ghost and I could feel it all the time not just at church. As I learned church principles I prayed about each one and asked for the Holy Ghost to give me that feeling to know if it was right. I have been blessed many times with that same feeling I felt the first time I went to church and because of the Holy Ghost know it is true.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith the best I can every day. Life is not easy and things did not turn out as I planned but I don't give up. I have invested in living my life with hope for better things to come and have faith that they will. I look for the small stuff like taking someone flowers for no reason, stopping by to say hi or sending a note to cheer a friend in these small acts I see tender mercies that strengthen my faith and bless others. Working in a large organization for women I am reminded of how much caring about someone can change lives for the better. People may think it's easy to live by principles in the church but it takes strength and commitment to do what's right. It's easy to justify or reationalize your actions but if you are honest when you make an accounting to yourself and God each night in prayer you will feel a peace and know that God is pleased with you and it DOESN"T GET BETTER THAN THAT.