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Hi I'm Robin

I am a wife, mother and grandmother. I teach online math classes. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of six children and grandmother of 20 - ten boys and ten girls. The tie breaker will be born in August. My husband and I completed our education after we married and continued our education with our family. I have a doctorate in Education. I taught school for many years and completed my career as a secondary school principal. I am currently teaching an online class for Brigham Young University - Idaho. I like to cook, sew, "can" food, and do genealogy.

Why I am a Mormon

When studying the Gospel principles, my main concern was "Authority". I wanted to know, for sure, which church had the Authority to act for God. After much prayer, I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God. I know that we have a living prophet today, President Thomas S. Monson. I know that we receive guidance from the Apostles and local authorities to live in a manner that will bring happiness to our families an ourselves in this life and in the life to come.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying my best to be a good wife, mother, grandmother and neighbor. My husband and I served a senior mission in Vava'u, Tonga. We were members of the International Teacher Education Program. Our goal was to help the teachers improve their education and help the students learn better. We attend our Sunday Services and serve where ever we are asked. I enjoy visiting with other sisters in our ward. I am currently serving a Church Service Mission in Salt Lake City Utah. We assist people who use the internet to ask questions about LDS.org. We also volunteer at LDS Business College helping students on probation. I do genealogy research and we study our scriptures. We try our best to keep a prayer in our hearts for those who have needs and to express our thankfulness for our many blessings.