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Hi I'm Deanna

Hi, I'm just an old country girl that married a city boy, I love the benifits of both and I 'm a Mormon!

About Me

I was raised in the country in eastern Oregon and didn't appreciate what I had all around me. I have 6 wonderful sisters who look after each other even today. What a beautiful place this world is. My husband and I enjoy having high goals to base our life on.. We have 3 sons and we love to travel and see what a beautiful place God created for us. I love to knit and quilt. I worked as a Phlebotomist for 20 yrs. and now I love being a homemaker.  I love being a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

I was one of the Lucky ones to be raised in the LDS church. We were taught about Father in Heaven from the day we were born. I always knew He was watching over me. I had some very hard times as a child but I always relied on my Heavenly Father for help. Sometimes I wondered if He was listening but as I look back I know the trials were for my good. I was always taught to be hard working and never do anything to disappoint my family or Heaventy Father. I know He lives and loves us very much, the marvelous things of this world and our amazing physical bodies tells us we are not a scientific accident. I know the LDS church is true, if you review the principles and commandments with an open mind you will know it is all for our good.  

How I live my faith

 I am the ward geneologist, my husband got me involved in this. I have always believed in making the most of every day, and to live life to it's fullest. I try to make sure I set goals each day to do something physical, mental, and spiritual. If you do it makes life great. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints teaches just that. I also believe in enjoying this beautiful earth and stopping each day to thank my Father in Heaven for it. There is nothing better and more rewarding for the spiritual self than serving your neighbor.