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Hi I'm Fay

I'm a mom, I'm a grandma and a great-grandma. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I married young and had 6 kids before I was 30. I lost my husband at the age of 31. Before I turned 32, I found a second wonderful man and have been married to him for over 30 years. Between us, we have 15 children, yours, mine, and ours whom I love dearly. They are my life! I love music, I love handwork, I love sewing!

Why I am a Mormon

My mom and dad were both Mormon. My dad for generations and my mom was baptized at the age of 12. My whole life I felt safe. The gospel plan gives me peace and comfort and strength. My parents were constant examples of how to live like the Savior. We didn't have a lot but we were always taut to share and I never felt deprived. I grew up in a house full of love, prayer, church activities, and service projects. The people that I grew up around, Mormons, were happy.

How I live my faith

I taught in the youth organization of the church, ages 3-12, from the time I was 12 years old. Most of that time, I taught music. I love the music of the church. The messages in them are simple and profound. How easy it is to live a good life when you know that God knows you personally and you know He loves you. I have also worked in the women's organization as a teacher and a leader. My husband and I also served two missions for our church, one in the Philippines and one in Fiji. We loved teaching the people about Christ and His love for them. Our church has a program called Family Home Evening where we gather our family together every Monday night and teach a gospel principle, play games, and have refreshments. We have done this our whole married lives and continue to do this the first Monday of every month with all of our kids and their spouses Nd kids and their spouses and kids! That adds up to well over 100 family members in our home, sharing a message and