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Hi I'm Lindsy

I am very tall. I am a mother. I love volleyball. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Idaho and eating all those potatoes must have paid off because I am very tall. 6'4". My parents taught me to stand tall and be proud of my height and I tried to always follow that advice. I learned to utilize my height by playing sports. I fell in love with volleyball and played in college where I met my now husband. My volleyball playing days are over and now I have 3 beautiful young children. Being a stay at home mom is certainly not as glamorous as I imagined as a young girl, but a huge blessing I wouldn't trade it for anything. I love and cherish my family and friends. I like to be as active as possible through recreational volleyball as well as running and spin classes at the gym. Life is full of good people and blessings.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe deep within my heart that the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are from God and the way he wants us to live our life. He has provided a living prophet, Thomas S. Monson, to give us modern direction and guidance as well as the insights and doctrine in the Holy Scriptures. When I am keeping the commandments I feel peace and joy. I want to be a disciple of Christ and I feel like this church offers the best path for that goal. I was raised in the church by loving parents but developed my own testimony when I started questioning my beliefs as a teenager. I continue to ask questions and grow and develop my testimony as I go through the ups and downs of life. I know I am a daughter of God and that he loves me on a personal level. He cares about me and has given me a clear path to return to live with him again someday. More than that, I know that my family can be eternal and that we cannot be seperated by mortality. I find great peace in that simple knowledge because I cherish my family.

How I live my faith

I hope that I live my faith every day of my life. I strive to pray and study the scriptures on a daily basis as well as a family. I try to teach my children the importance of being Christ-like and loving. I visit teach two sisters who I love to learn and grow from as we develop our friendship. I am also in charge with a committee of other women to plan the activities for the women in our congregation and I enjoy that. I attend church weekly and strive to serve others, particularly my family and community.