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Hi I'm Darcy

If the broom fits, fly it! I LOVE Halloween, it's SCARY fun, and decorations!!! And, yes. . . . , I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother. I'm a published rubber stamp scenic artist, a school teacher, a spinner (not a bike but spinning fiber into yarn!), an avid reader, a rug weaver, antique collector, yard sale and thrift store shopper, a rendezvous mountain woman reinacter, #1 fan of Halloween, seasonal home decorator, chicken collector, family history and indexing enthusiast, and paper art doll artist.

Why I am a Mormon

I begged my parents to take me to church when I was a small child, instead of sending me with our neighbors. Eventually, my parents became active and we attended church as a family and became an eternal family. I have been active in the church all my life. I have been protected as I have obeyed the commandments. I love the gospel! It is the plan of happiness! I have felt the love of a caring Father in Heaven throughout my life. He has given me many opportunities to learn and grow in the gospel and in life. I have a wonderful companion, my eternal sweetheart, with whom I have attended church throughout our married years. We are serving a mission together to share the gospel with other of our Heavenly Father's children.

How I live my faith

I have been active in my church and community throughout the years. I procured a site for, and headed a community wide food co-op for 2 years, serving many patrons. I have organized several church humanitarian projects for local charities, including clothing exchanges. I have served in many church positions through the years, teaching children, youth, and adults. I have raised 7 children with my husband, who are all contributing members of society. My husband and I have been active politicallly in our community throughout the years.