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Hi I'm Linda

I'm a teacher. I love to read and learn! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I come from a large family and love spending time with them. We like to travel and experience fun, new adventures together. Just recently, we have discovered the happiness that comes from reliving those times by making scrapbooks based on our adventurous trips. I consider myself lucky to have two great parents that have helped me learn about myself and this great world we live in. The reason for this could be that both of them were (and still are) wonderful teachers! I also consider myself blessed by having sisters that I have so much in common with, it's uncanny!

Why I am a Mormon

I have many memories that help to strengthen the bonds of love through family. I was raised as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and grew up attending Primary. As an adult, I now see the value in helping young children make good choices; leading, and guiding them to become involved in opportunities of service to others to better their community and themselves as they grow up. I choose to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and live my life so that someday I will be able to return to His presence, along with my Heavenly Father, and feel welcome there. Jesus Christ is a great source of strength for me. I know I can turn my thoughts to how He would respond to people in the stories told in the Bible and in the Book of Mormon. This helps me to remember that character is what matters in situations. I know that by following the Savior's teachings, my life is in harmony and I feel closer to my Heavenly Father. He is keenly aware of me and the trials that I experience and I know that He loves me.

How I live my faith

I love teaching and am currently a Sunday School teacher in the Gospel Essentials class. I attend a singles ward with older adults and enjoy the many friendships that exist in a church group where the one common denominator is that we are all not married. It is difficult at times because I would love to have a family of my own, but I'm positive that it will happen one day.