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Hi I'm Melissa

I'm a stay-at-home mommy, who loves life. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Where to start? Well, I guess with the most important. I'm a mom of three little, wild things and married to Mr. Awesome! I get to stay home and try to control the chaos. I love it! When I have some spare time, I work on my long list of graphic art projects. Top on my list is my preschool website and a children book I'm doing the illustrations for. Moving onto hobbies. I really have too many things I love to keep them all going but here are my favorites: I have a black belt in Kempo Karate and Taekwondo, I love Yoga, basket weaving, board games, reading books, playing the piano or guitar, horse riding, family history, and cooking.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been blessed to be a Mormon my entire life and I continue to be, because of the wonderful blessings that come from following the teachings and the wonderful truths of my faith. I am a Mormon because of the happiness, peace and guidance I receive by going to church each week and partaking of the sacrament. I feel a real power come into my life to face the challenges and struggles of each day. I am a Mormon because of the blessings of the priesthood in my life. From listening to a true prophet giving guidance for our day, to having a loving husband who can bless my little family and lead our home in righteousness. I am a Mormon because of the sweet blessings of the temple and the promise of eternal families. I am a Mormon because I feel my Savior’s love for me as I pray, read the scriptures, listen to my leaders and serve my family and others. I am taught how to turn to my Savior, how to repent and how to return home to my Heavenly Father. I am a Mormon because I feel like saying with Peter, “Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words of eternal life”. (John 6:68)

How I live my faith

It’s in the day to day decisions, actions and the way I treat the people around me that I try to live my faith. For me, it's striving to follow the Savior's example.