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Hi I'm Kylene

I am a mother, I educate my children at home, I am a seamstress and designer. My husband is not a member. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Revolutionary, liberty loving, homeschooling, seamstress, milliner, iconic, vintage super star. I grew up in NW Montana, I feel like that experience made me strong in my faith. I spent a semester abroad in London, I loved it and wanted to stay forever. I came home and became a seamstress and designer. I love watching classic movies, a lot. I love reading classic books even more.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always known that the church was true. There was never a moment where I suddenly knew, there has just always been a calm, peaceful assurance of the truth of the gospel. When I listen to the spirit and do the things that I know are right the feeling grows. I am happy to live the the gospel, it enriches my life. I appreciate the communication I enjoy with my Father in Heaven when I pray. I love to teach my children and help others grow in their faith.

How I live my faith

My husband isn't a Mormon, I thought that being married to someone who wasn't a member would be the hardest thing in my life. It hasn't been. I chose my husband very wisely and I put our marriage first but never compromise my standards. By living keeping the commandments and honoring my covenants I believe I have been blessed in my marriage. He helps me by supporting me in my callings and makes sure that the kids attend church with me even though he does not attend, so I take my 3 children to church on Sundays by myself. My kids are involved in scouting and the church's youth programs. I organize monthly meetings for the women in the ward. We try to enrich the lives of the women, to strengthen their homes, families and testimonies with our events. I am a visiting teacher, which means that I have 2-3 women in the ward who I visit regularly to make sure that they feel, loved, supported and cared for. I love getting to know and love the sisters in our ward. As a part of our home schooling we read the scriptures as a family in the morning. I try to help my children to find out who God wants them to be and what their individual missions in life will be.