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Hi I'm Brynna

I am a wife, mother, dreamer, optimist, and of course, a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Brynna and I am a wife and mother of three children. I am a seamstress, musician, and decorator. I find joy in my family and in the Gospel as I try to keep them the number 1 priority in my life, which sometimes I admit can be so very hard. I suffer from an overactive brain, which causes me extreme joy and excitement at times and discouragement at others. It seems there is never enough time to accomplish what I have set out to do, but it is then that I turn to prayer and let the Savior grant me peace and clarity of thought. I rely heavily on prayer to help me sort out my thoughts and organization in my family and work life. I love to create beautiful things and find beauty in all that surrounds me.

Why I am a Mormon

I was fortunate to be raised in the Gospel by wonderful parents. My parents are great examples of charity, patience in all things, and taught me the importance of service. Through their example I have learned to accept callings as and when they come and to be patient in trials. I am a Mormon, and as such I have learned that joy in life doesn't come from obtaining material possessions, wealth, or even finding rich success in our areas of interest. Rather, it comes from putting our families first and being true to our beliefs and standards. By being a Mormon and by living the standards set forth in the Gospel I have found joy in life that I know I would have never found otherwise.

How I live my faith

My family and I attend church every week, read The Book of Mormon and other scriptures, and pray together every night. We also have Family Night once a week to make sure the gospel is taught in our home and simply to enjoy eachother's company. We try to be good examples in all we do; at home, work, or school; by not using profanity, dressing modestly, and treating others as we want to be treated.