Hi I'm Tracy
I love my kids and our playground, and I am a Mormon.
Creating my imagination is my hobby. I have an awesome wife, our oldest son is just returning home from serving a full time mission for the LDS church in the Obregon Mexico mission. We have a daughter serving a mission in Honduras. Our youngest is starting 4th grade. I find my hobbies have changed over the years - I spend more time doing the things my children do. I am self employed and that's been a great blessing to be able to spend time with the kids during important times of their life. We do many things together as a family, love family vacations and we often look at those pictures and reminisce together. Religion is a big part of my life and as a family we study together often the words of Christ. I love my career - I manage a collision repair facility and enjoy the atmosphere there. My education has been a big part of my life and I feel it's very important, even if you think you can be successful in your field without it. My kids and I have built many things in our playground - we have a good time in the yard. My girls take after their mother - they love to dance and it's a big part of their life. It's difficult balancing between sport, cheer and dance. We love to jeep as a family - we love to be in four wheel drive. As a family we camp and kayak any chance we get. Our family is very diverse - we had 3 children biologically and adopted 3 more in individual adoptions.
Why I am a Mormon
I am Mormon because it makes sense - I mean where we come from, why we are here, where we are going - it makes me happy.
How I live my faith
living my faith consists of spending time with my wife and children - in this busy life it's easy to get distracted and find yourself growing away from your family. I feel that Father in Heaven loves each of us and has given each of us an opportunity to understand the love he has for us by giving us a family of our own. I spend time each day in the scriptures, it's a way I can show Father in Heaven that I rely on him and seek his council in my daily affairs.