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Hi I'm Dana

I am a mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend. I am also a volunteer of causes for women in need. I am a Mormon.

About Me

After nearly 30 years together, I am still in love with my first love. We have three beautiful daughters, with only one left at home. Two had the nerve to grow up and move out! That said, they have each grown up to be smart, beautiful women and my favorite playmates! I love traveling and photography. I also love to dance, do yoga and rollerblade. My family is my life, my pride and my joy.  

Why I am a Mormon

I come from a rich pioneer heritage. When I was 15 years old, my family took a road trip tracing the path of our ancestors. That experience left a lasting impression as I grew to respect their sacrifice, knowing they did what they did for their posterity. Me. I have lived all over the country, and I have been an Expat. As a result, I have friends from all walks of life. No matter where I am, or who I am with, the one thing that is constant is the core of my faith. The most basic principles I learned in my childhood have become the rock and foundation my life is built upon. My beliefs have seen me through some very difficult times, providing 'the light at the end of the tunnel'. Everyone needs a lifeline: something to hold on to in the midst of the storm. That is what my faith is to me: my lifeline, a light at the end of the tunnel. It is my rock and foundation in an otherwise difficult world.

How I live my faith

Daily, I live my faith by trying to honor God with my words and actions. Daily, I work to be a good steward over the children He put in my care - my children. And, I have become a champion for women and children, in my community, who stand in great need. The opportunity found me, and I quickly realized it was no accident. I volunteer many hours a week for a home, where mothers with substance abuse issues, can live while they work to redirect their lives. When you change the life of a mother, you change the future for her child. The best way I know how to live my faith is to love and honor all His children come into my life. "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of he least of these. . .ye have done it unto me". Luke 25:40.