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Hi I'm Tiffany

I enjoy gardening, my six children, and supporting my husband in his battle with physical and mental illness.

About Me

As a mother of 5 1/2, and the wife of the most awesome assistant principal on the planet, I have learned to find joy in the busy-ness of it all. When I do have a spare minute, I enjoy crafting, scrapbooking, camping, and trying to beat my husband on the Wii :) My husband has been dealing with some serious health issues for the past several years, and it has had a major impact on how we have lived our daily lives. But it has given us the opportunity to be able to focus on the things that matter most. We find so much joy in being together as a family and in making memories doing the simple things.

Why I am a Mormon

The gospel relates to every single aspect of my life. I have felt the eternal, unconditional love of my Savior during good times, and bad. I have found direction and purpose through choosing to follow Him, and in keeping His commandments. I have witnessed first hand the peaceful influence daily family scripture study and family prayer has had on my children. I have found direction and guidance through my own personal prayer and scripture study. As we have struggled the past few years to get to the bottom of my husband's health problems, the one constant reassurance we have had is that our Savior knows us, and is intimately aware of our situation. I don't know what the future holds for us, but I do know that as we strive to put Jesus Christ first in all that we do, I know everything will be okay. I am so grateful for the gospel of Jesus Christ and the peace it gives me when things are so far out of my control.

How I live my faith

I currently help plan workshops, classes, and social gatherings for the women of our congregation to help them with their spiritual, temporal, and financial needs, as well as other areas they may have interest in individually and in their families. We recently had a big Saturday activity where we bound quilts for the bone marrow transplant unit of a local hospital, made child-life education dolls for a local children's hospital, wrote letters to our local missionaries, and made crafts that promoted service in the home. We had a wonderful time not only socializing, but also working towards a common goal to better the lives of others.