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Hi I'm Robin

I'm a Mormon. I work as a volunteer at a school cafeteria.

About Me

I was a stay-at-home mom. My children are independant people and all moved far away from home. I worked for many years as a Paraprofessional in the public schools. There have been many cut backs in the schools which ended my job, so I chose to work in the schools as a volunteer. My husband and I moved from our home of 28 years and purchased a smaller home in an area close to a public school where I coiuld walk to work. I thought I would continue to work in the classrooms with children, but much to my surprise they needed me most in the cafeteria serving in the lunch line. When people ask me why I am there I tell them, " I am anxiously engaged in good works." It doesn't matter where I serve as long as I can serve.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was a child my parents attended many different churches. I remember some of them. When they welcomed the missionaries into their home and were taught the gospel I knew this was the true gospel of Jesus Christ. I have always have held a testimony of Jesus Christ even when I was a little girl. It is a gospel of love, faith, hope and charity. It is the hope of better things in this world.

How I live my faith

In the "Book of Mormon", King Benjamin tells us that when we are in the service of our fellow beings we are in the service of our God. I believe this and have endeavored to find ways to help in any way that i was capable of. I have helped many people move out of their homes by packing and cleaning their dwelling places. I love to sew and have made or repaired clothing for those who do not have the talent I have. I drive people to their Dr appointments. I work in the temple all day on Saturdays. This is one of my greatest joys.