Hi I'm Cindy
I'm a photographer, designer, artist and... I'm a Christian... I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Photographer ~ Stationery Designer ~ Artist ~ Organic Gardener ~ Backyard Wildlife Habitat Creator and Steward ~ 1940s Bungalow DIY Restorer ~ Stage IV Endometriosis Survivor
Why I am a Mormon
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because it has led me to know who I am in this vast universe. I am a daughter of God. It means that I am significant no matter how small I may feel sometimes because the Creator of everything knows me by name. Being a Mormon has taught me to love my Savior, Jesus Christ, with every fiber of my being. I have gained the knowledge that He lives, in a body of flesh and bone, and stands as my personal advocate and representative before my Heavenly Father.
How I live my faith
I believe that part of living my faith is being a good steward over God's creations and that which He has placed in my care. My husband and I live in a cottage-style bungalow on a 6800 square foot lot that's 50 feet wide. We make the most of every little inch of our garden that we can. I've designed and created our gardens to be a water-wise certified backyard wildlife habitat. Because of all the critters around our garden it has created a wonderful natural balance, so I don't have to use pesticides to grow fruit and vegetables. The greatest treat for me is to sit under our plum tree, pull a ripe plum off a branch, clean it off on my shirt, and eat it. It can't get better than that.