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Hi I'm Julie T.

I love my family. I'm a therapy dog trainer. I love projects. I love service. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a married with two young children. I love to dabble a little in a lot of things like sewing, wooden furniture/art, canvas art, flower/vegetable garden, and even a little bit of electrical work. Most of those were acquired because as a stay at home mom you find things to do to improve your home. I trained and registered my dog to be a therapy dog. We visited a local hospital in Ohio weekly for a couple of years. I also enjoy video games when I get the chance to play, which is rare nowadays.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a mormon family but that is not why I continue to go to and participate in church or church functions. I keep with it because I can feel the difference when I don't go to church. Life feels darker and more lonely when I don't participate. I have attended other church services and though I often recognize truth in parts of what they say my heart can recognize discrepancies and end up feeling like I can't find the full truth anywhere except the LDS church. The best and often given advise is to pray to God and ask Him if something is right and true, and as long as we are willing to listen, He will answer you. He always answers me with that calming warmness of the heart and I therefore have volunteered time and money to help those I love.  

How I live my faith

I help out with the young women ages 12-13. We have fun getting to know each other and teaching principles that will keep them safe and not make mistakes that will affect them for the rest of their lives. Having people at church that they can trust also gives them more courage to live by their standards especially with how hard Middle and High school can be when you don't want to 'follow the crowd'.