In her mind if you never accept the gospel you are denying her eternal exaltation as a God. Mormonism is a big thing for those who follow the faith, so Sundays and the occasional event depending on how much she does extra might distract her. As for me, I recall spending a lot of Sundays at sporting events with my dad. I am a something male. Though my mother never openly complained about this, I could see it in her eyes. And that my friend, is just a hint of the extent of the brain wash that Mormons experience.
Invest in your love and keep it strong. I am a non-Mormon who moved to Utah for college. It's not fair to put words in her mouth and thoughts in her brain like this. You will desire to have that eternal marriage, to have that support in taking kids to church, to be able to talk docterine with a like-minded individual. Might be worth working through the missionary lessons and CES letter to see if they can agree at least to disagree. Yet others are really great human beings.
We met on the day he was accepted into medical school, lived together for his rotations during 3rd and 4th years and were all set to move together for residency. If it's true, it'll come out of the criticism looking better. I want so much to be supportive, but since my family is gone, I find myself afraid that I will come off as needy if I ask for attention or more affection.
But if your faith is a key part of your life, this is huge. Then, do any of the above morsels of advice matter. He later converted to her faith and was called to be a temple sealer. Don't get her hopes up too much - in return ask her to do something to research your views.