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Hi I'm Cari

I grew up in Kamas valley UT. I now live in the Franklin county ID. I am a latter day saint.

About Me

I am a farm girl at heart. I love small towns. My hobbies include creative writing any clean fun dance I can learn, and playing musical instruments (piano and flute). I am getting ready to serve an LDS mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a mormon all of my life. in a way I always believed, but I didn't really receive my testimony until I was about 14. my family and I were in Nauvoo. the whole week we had been there my family and I had had many spiritual experiences the only problem was that I wasn't really feeling what they were. I thought "what is wrong with me? why don't I feel what they do?" and I was just crying out for help to know the same feelings they had. (though I didn't know it at the time). Then we went to the Carthage jail we looked at each room that Joseph had been in. As I listened to our guide recount the story of what happened at Carthage I just started crying. I received such a sweet peace. I knew then, for certain, that this gospel is true.

How I live my faith

I have been a counselor and secretary.I have served as pianist. I have helped girls in my youth group with their personal progress goals. and I have served as a youth counselor at girls camp.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Cari
A Mormon women is fairly normal. some choose to stay at home, while others choose to work like their husbands do. the example I was given growing up was a "stay at home mom" my mom was always there to settle fights, teach lessons (school lessons, as well as other lessons). and give advice where ever needed. she also cooked cleaned and did crafts like scrap booking sewing tole painting exct. women are equal to men. they are just equal in different ways. In my house no one was "higher above" anyone. we stand beside one another all the time. Show more Show less