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Hi I'm Pomai

I am married to my best friend and we have 3 beautiful and healthy children. I'm a happy Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by loving parents. I have four older brothers and one younger sister. When I was twenty I moved to Georgia for college and met my sweet husband. We were married for time and all eternity in the Laie, Hawaii temple six months later. We now have three healthy and beautiful children and couldn't be any happier. I enjoy interior design and building anything that goes along with it. And I enjoy crafting, sewing and shopping too. I love my husband. I love my children. I love my family. I love my friends. And I love my life!

Why I am a Mormon

When I was eight years old I chose to be baptized as a member of the Mormon church. Since then I have always known that the church was true. My little sister passed away 3 weeks after I was baptized and were it not for the gospel and the principle of eternal families I would not be where I am today. The gospel gives me peace and security in knowing that as long as I am doing what is right I can be with my sister again and receive all the blessings that I deserve. I know that I have a loving, merciful and forgiving Heavenly Father who wants us to be with the ones we love after this life. And He made that possible through the atonement of Jesus Christ. I love this gospel and all the joy that is brings to me as a mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being honest with others. By helping strangers in need. By a genuine smile or a compliment. By being willing to serve and share my time. By sharing my talents and knowledge. By giving without receiving. By teaching my children righteous principles. And by praying for others in need near and far. I also live my faith by being a visiting teacher where I take the time monthly to share an uplifting, spiritual message and my testimony with other sisters. And I also try to teach the principle of giving without receiving to my children through service and sharing. I want them to know that others need their help and service and that one day they may need help from others. My prayer is that they will always have the desire to serve others unselfishly.