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Hi I'm Sally

I'm a wife, a mother, daughter, sister, crafter, reader and I'm Mormon

About Me

I'm a stay at home mom, who enjoys my children. I love to see them learn new things and grow. I love to craft and create in many different ways. I've completed a college degree, but am so glad I decided to stay at home and raise my children. While it is hard at times, it is rewarding as well. Does this mean that I've sacrificed my life? No, I am still my own person and someone besides my children's mom. I'm just lucky to be able to stay at home and love doing that. 

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because the Gospel of Jesus Christ gives me puropose. It helps me to know who I am and gives me something better to become. It gives me hope to know we can be a family forever.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being the best mother possible and teaching the Gospel to my children. I try to serve others in whatever capacity I can.

What is the Relief Society?

Relief Society is an amazing organization for women. Here women can learn together, serve together and help one another live the Gospel better. Show more Show less

What is the Mormon lifestyle like? How do Mormons live?

Many look at the Mormon lifestyle and think that it is restricting or too hard, but I think it is the opposite. A lot of the things that seem important to others drop by the wayside when you have an eternal perspective. Certain commandments, like the Word of Wisdom, seem restrictive to others, but really help keep you free by avoiding addictions. Having lived with non-Mormon families for a year as an exchange student in my teens, I can honestly say that really we don't live much differently from others, we just have a different perspective on life, because we have more of a purpose and are looking at the eternal scheme of things, not just the here and now. Show more Show less