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Hi I'm Floyce

I'm a wife of 55 years. I'm a mother of 3. I've been a teacher, a counsellor, and a friend. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I started life in a small town in rural Arizona. I spent my childhood here and then went on to college at ASU where I met my husband. I became a teacher at J.B. Sutton in Phoenix and Tonto in Scottsdale. We were blessed with three children and I was able to stay home and raise them all. Later I went back to ASU for my Masters degree in counselling. I've branched out from counselling my family to anyone else who would listen. I'm finally back where I started after 40 years in my small rural town, among my heritage, family, and friends. I feel rooted and grounded here. My husband and I like to ride our bikes and swim for exercise even though I'm 77 years old. I like reading, chocolate, and coke. I have a few problems with hearing and seeing, and I'm a bit acid tounged.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that the Plan of Salvation is the only way to return to my Heavenly Father. I know that through the atonement of Jesus Christ I can be resurrected. I believe that through our Heavenly Father's grace and my works that I can live with my family again. This is my life's greatest desire. I have a long heritage in the church and I can remember the examples of my loved ones from the beginning. My testimony is strengthed continually through scripture study, prayer, and music. There's a song called I Stand All Amazed, the words of which reaffirm my belief in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I have served in each of the organizations of the Chruch from the children, to the youth, to the adult women. I also served in Grenada, West Indies, as a missionary teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in my 60's. I have tried to live my life as a teacher and a friend, and by reaching out to those in need. I think that obedience is important even though it's easy to get sidetracked. I married a good, steady, man that wasn't a member of the church. I spent 28 years praying and he eventually joined the church and never looked back. I know God hears and answers prayers.