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Hi I'm Mary

I'm a wife, I'm a mom, I'm a professional hair and makeup artist. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I work in the entertainment industry as a Professional Hair and Makeup Artist. I've been lucky enough to rub elbows with many famous people and clients. But nothing beats being with my family, I choose them over a red carpet any day. My husband is the best thing that ever happened to me, he is my rock, he is my roll, he is my love and my life..... He made me a mom the best gift I've ever been given along with the gift of Christ. I love to make new friends, hang out, joke, laugh and eat great food. Reading and book club is another past-time I truly enjoy, I still think Harry Potter is the best. I love rock music, I know its not the most reverant music, but I love it loud and classic. If I could go to Disneyland once a week my life just might be perfect.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized in the summer of 1996. I grew up in a semi-Catholic home. Family life was hard. Drinking, casual drugs, high school drop outs and domestic violence were the norm in my family. I found myself at a young age heading down the same path as my parents and I knew I wanted a better life. Once I found Christ things began to change. I've been married since 1995 to a loving and serving husband, I have three beautiful healthy happy children, my home is blessed with happiness and love. Dont let people fool you and tell you life is hard as a Mormon. Being Mormon takes the hard out of life. Its that simple..

How I live my faith

I currently serve in the Primary as a Valiant 8 teacher. The great thing about teaching this age is what I learn from the lessons. I didnt grow up in the church so I am able to better understand the gospel. I am so thankful for all the church activities and organizations that keep my teens busy and in safe environments. I love the sisterhood I feel with the women of the church. I love my ward family. They are my brothers and sisters, we care for each other and that is so important to me.