Life as a Mormon
by mcindy20 May 2012
I am a never Mormon in a deeply Mormon family (in laws). Just curious what first made you question the Church?
deconverted2010 Apr. 2012
Thank you LDS cheapos, I would have never found the things I did about the church, had I not been looking for sympathetic ears to my resentment to clean the building and see the custodians retire or let go (I knew two of them personally). Thank you for letting me clean that December, as I did I kept on thinking why would the church be so cheap to let go of the custodians. That thinking led me to Google which led me to so much information I never knew existed. This all let me out. Maybe they were the best invested two or three hours of my life. =)
by girlincognito Apr 2012
...because now, whether you like it or attend church or not, you will be *assigned* your cleaning time! Cause I wouldn't want to do anything else with my family at 8am on a Saturday, like I don't know, sleep.... and make sure you bring your own vacuum, too!
by jameswilmons Mar 2012
I had a friend during my short stint at BYU who was so desperate to get married she had a new 'target' guy each week. Finally one week she met a guy in her ward. They dated (made out) for three weeks. Then he drove her up to Washington state to meet his parents, at which point he proposed. She said yes, of course. This was THREE WEEKS after meeting!
I've been reading this site and others like it for about 10 years. With the knowledge/truth I have learned about the Mormon church, I can't think of what it's like to not know. What do you all think the average TBM knows about their church. For example, do they even know about the BoA scandal? Or how much do they really know about polygamy, other than, it was practiced. I thought I'd ask here because a lot of you may be fresh out of the mold. How in the dark were you?
by Just Once Mar 2012
A TBM friend of mine related a very sad story, a high councilman gave, yesterday at their sacrament meeting.
by Mia Feb 2012
She has 5 adult children. She did the food storage thing for 20 years.
Last week she cleaned out the food storage room. She's cranky about the whole deal.
She feels like she obeyed a commandment that didn't serve any good purpose.(her words)
by newme Feb 2012
I checked online and saw that the pervert singles ward bishop who interrogated me about masturbation a few years ago is still serving as Bishop. I hate the thought that other single girls may still be going through what I went through.
by Simon in Oz Feb 2012
"The most important thing for a woman in this life is to be the wife of a worthy priesthood holder and the mother of his children."
by sam Feb 2012
The meeting I could not stand is Ward Council and PEC (even when I was a Bishop conducting them). To much *** gossip. It bothered me so much.
My next least favorite meeting was Sacrament Meeting when a High Council Speaker came-boring and sometimes over the top!