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Hi I'm Tiffany Nicole

I'm a wife and a mother. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the mother of 3 amazing children, and I am married to my High School sweetheart, who is the love of my life! I love to weed (crazy I know! ), be outdoors, and I enjoy learning new things. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, and consequently I am learning that though I have limitations I don't like, I can still take care of the most important things in life.

Why I am a Mormon

The reason I am a Mormon is fairly simple, I know The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the restored gospel of Jesus Christ on the earth today. I have followed the teachings of the gospel, and have found that they bring me true joy and real peace. I am a Mormon because I love my Savior, and want to follow him. I know The Book of Mormon to be a true book. It, along with the Bible, has taught me how to follow my Savior, Jesus Christ. The Book of Mormon is a gift of truth and light from God. Sometimes the world around me seems to be in chaos, and raising children to live by correct principals and to build character seems daunting. I find such great peace in the gospel of my Savior, and in living and teaching my children his words taught through prophets both living and dead.

How I live my faith

I have struggled with depression for as long as I can remember, and I also have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, so I live by faith daily as I fight for hope, fight for happiness, and fight to apply the truths I've learned. I study scripture. As I study daily I try to apply what I learn to my life. I set goals based on the things I learn, and the examples set for me by the people in the scriptures, and the people I interact with. I also pray. I have learned that one of the best ways to live my faith is through the continuous communication with my Father in Heaven, and then acting on the inspiration that I recieve through that communication. Some days are easier, and some days I feel like I teeter on the edge, but I don't give up, I won't give up. I look for ways to serve, lift, and help. My faith is evident each time I choose to deny my pain, ignore my natural tendencies to take the easy way, and do what I need to do to grow, whether that is physical exercise to care for my body despite pain and fatigue, or fighting the fear of being judged to serve somebody, or to stand for what I believe.