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Hi I'm Kathleen Wyett

I'm a Mormon

About Me

I found the church when I was 27. Three children and nine grandchildren later, I am now 64. My eldest daughter was 2 then and she will be 40 this week. I ran a pre-school in my home for many years and have been retired now for about 12 years. The church has been such a lift to my heart through these many years. I remember what it was like before I found that I had a Heavenly Father who was really interested in everything about my life and the lives of my loved ones. I have had many precious experiences and made many dear friends since 1974 when I joined the church. Each week, I am so uplifted by learning more and more of what the love from God does to support me in my life to be a better friend, neighbor, daughter, sister, mama, & gr'ma. It's helped me to understand how close God is and how much I can depend upon his love and care through all of the surprising ups and downs of this mortal experience. I know He loves me and all of my family members, and that is the best part. A "real Father", who loves me with all of His heart so that I can learn to love, understand, forgive and give service to all those around me, which brings me much joy. I am so grateful to know that all of us are truly one family.

Why I am a Mormon

Members of this church visited me in my home those many years ago and I noticed an exceptionally loving spirit in the home whenever they were present. I also liked very much their humility and kindnesses shown to me. It was easy to begin to see why I would want to associate with people like this. I think I had been searching for people with good ideals all my life, and so I felt very much at home. As the years have progressed, I am continually pleased at how I am still learning and growing as a person and I see how that has influenced my children, and thereby my grandchildren in this same way. What a wonderful support for families, and in this crazy world, we can use all the loving support we can get, right?

How I live my faith

Each week, I try to give love and support to all that I come in contact with. One of the jobs I hold at church is to visit with two of the women in my church. One friend lost her husband a year ago and has her daughter, son-in-law, and 2 precious granddaughters living in her home. She also still works very hard at her job. I try to support her as she continues to adjust to the loss of her sweetheart and to deal with all that goes on in her life. We are becoming good friends. Another lady I visit with is quite ill and is pretty much at home. I send her love notes and call to cheer her so she has just one more friend in the world who cares about her. Our conversations have become very sweet. I feel that it is my privilege to be the hands and heart of my Savior in any way that I can. Her birthday is Monday, and I am taking her a little miniature rose bush. I am richly blessed by this service. It helps to keep me focused on being of service to others instead of just myself and my own immediate family. It's a better perspective on life and a great way to make friends.