Kim Mennillo, author at BahaiTeachings.org - BahaiTeachings.org
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Kim is a Baha’i in Newington, CT. She and her husband, Tom, declared in 1990 after they discovered the faith in Columbus, Ohio, on the 20th anniversary of Earth Day that year. Kim was a massage therapist for 28 years and is now retired. When her husband was hired to work for The American Baha’i, she worked for a short time in the Treasurer’s Office at the Baha’i National Center. After a move to Tennessee, she was a customer service rep for the Baha’i Distribution Service for three years in Chattanooga, followed by a later move to Atlanta where she worked for BDS for four years. Kim is a business owner, fulfilling her passion making and selling handcrafted Baha’i prayer beads via her website www.dandysreflections.net. Since retiring, she is learning the ukulele, dabbles in mixed media art, hones her writing skills, loves long walks in the forest (especially those with waterfalls), and spends time with her two adult children and four grandchildren doing lots of arts and crafts and going on adventures. She loves making Feast and Holy Days visually and aurally exciting with lots of music, art and activities. As a child, she was raised on the Golden Rule, which led to writing a virtues-based curriculum. Kim is currently working on an Ayyam-i-Ha children’s book.