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Hi I'm Karlee Jo

I'm a wife, a mother to a beautiful daughter, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm Karlee. I am a wife to my wonderful husband. We were married in the Temple, so we are married for eternity. I have my bachelors degree in Communication with an emphasis in Visual Communications and a minor in English. My husband is attending Grad school to become an Architect. Our daughter is the joy in our lives. I love being a stay at home mom! I love to read, watch movies, crochet and do fun family activities. I love being outdoors, riding horses and four wheelers and I love to snowboard. I love most animals, especially horses and dogs. I really dislike snakes and Mexican food.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because everything around me testifies that this is the true church. We believe in strong moral and family values, we believe in love, Christ, God and the Holy Ghost. I am a Mormon because I can pray and know that I am being heard. I am a Mormon because it's true. And I love it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith every day by being an example for those around me. I try to keep a warm and happy spirit and try to let Christ's love shine through me and touch other people. I go to church every Sunday and contribute 10% of my income to the church. I am a part of a strong community of sisters and I get to be a leader and an example among them. My faith makes me happy and I strive to help others feel the same way.

What is the Relief Society?

Karlee Jo
Relief Society is where the Sisters (women 18 and older) of the LDS Church gather together for teaching and learning church doctrine, visiting and helping each other, and learning how to balance family, church, work and life. Relief Society is the largest women organization in the world so wherever you may be, you can find a support system, friends, someone to serve, and someone to turn to. Show more Show less