Jackie: It's 'who', not 'whom'. How do you know? Use 'whom' as the object of a preposition. (HU?) A preposition, as you've all forgotten several decades ago, is a word like to, in, at, on, from, for. So here's some examples:
To whom it may concern
The leader in whom we trust
The man at whom the pie was thrown (OK, please don't ever use such roundabout constructions as this. We're American, damnit. Direct and to the point. Then go eat some batter-fried bacon.)
For whom the bell tolls
OK, you get the idea.
<--Richelle, the bead is agate... It did look rather nice in the pictures, hu? I'm just as surprised as you
I got a new clean, spacious space!
But my favorite is the one with the big ones:
I packed up EIGHT items yesterday people. Just sayin'.