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Hi I'm Cary

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Mom and a Grandma, this is my greatest joy in my life, I have been able to experience several jobs that have been gratifying, but nothing has been more fulfilling than that of a Mom and Grandma, I have 4 children and 1 grandson. I have been married for almost 25 years to a wonderful man, My Mom is currently living in our home because of a stroke and my Father passing away, I love being able to have the knowledge and experience she brings to our family, I work part time away from home but as a mom the full time work is at home, I enjoy doing crafts, reading, traveling, games, puzzles and spending as much time with family.

Why I am a Mormon

I love being part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I believe the importance of knowing where I came from and who I am and where I will go after this earthly life is comforting, that gives me direction and strength in my life, I know that I am a Daughter Of God and on the days when I might be feeling unimportant or sad, knowing who I am helps me to be a better person, and try harder to live up to my Heavenly Father, I am thankful for Temples where I know I can find peace and guidance in this ever changing world, I am thankful to know I have an Eternal Family that I can have with me even after this earthy life is complete, and that gives me comfort after my loved ones have passed on. the Gospel gives me Joy in the council that a living Prophet gives to me and my family and for the programs of the church to help me and my family to be better people and to love and serve others.

How I live my faith

I love serving with the youth of the church they are great examples and I love teaching them the Gospel and seeing them grow in the knowledge that they are important Daughters and Sons of God, I am currently serving as an instructor for the 18- and older women in our congregation, I learn from them through sharing experiences as a class to help us all grow closer to one another and to our God.