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Hi I'm Linda Day

I have 4 daughters and 9 grandchildren. I work as a Surgical Technologist in the O.R. I love to sew and knit and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Right now in my elderly years, I have chosen to take in 3 foster children. These children are very special to me because they are my own grandchildren. It has been life changing for my husband and I. We have learned so much about what the children in this time era are going through and what they are subjected to. It is such an eye opener. We take them to church with us so that they can be taught the gospel. I love to cook, sew and listen to easy soft rock. I enjoy drinking diet coke and playing my gameboy. I love to play Warioland. My husband bought me a Wii for Christmas last year and we play I Spy and Wheel of Fortune. My grandchildren like to play Just Dance. I work as a Surgical Technologist in the O.R. at the hospital close by. I love my job and enjoy the people that I work with. People at my work know that I am Mormon and are careful with the things that they say. Sometimes they slip with a bad word and apologize.

Why I am a Mormon

I love what the Mormons teach about life after death and that we can have eternal life if we just obey the commandments while we are here on earth. I'm thankful that families can be together forever. My husband and I have been to the temple to be sealed together. Our children are sealed to us too. Even though our children have chosen a different path than what the church believes, they will still be with us in heaven because they have been sealed to us. I hold this close to my heart. It is a promise made to us by the Prophet Joseph Smith.

How I live my faith

Right now I have a calling as the ward's provident living specialist. I take food orders from the ward members for dry pack canning products like wheat, oats, dry milk, beans, potato flakes, etc. I coordinate trips to the dry pack canning place. Going there is kind of fun because there is such a team effort involved and everyone is so happy to be there. In the past I have had callings as counselor in the Primary children's organization, the Young Women's President, Primary teacher, and ward bulletin coordinator. When I worked in the Primary, I loved to teach the little children. They are the future leaders that will be taking care of things when others get too old. Teaching about Jesus Christ and building testimonies of little children is a very important job. Little children are so teachable and sweet.