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Hi I'm Whitney

I'm a college graduate. I married the man of my dreams. Our little boy has arrived. Life is happy. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated last year with my Bachelor's Degree, along with having our first baby boy. I am now a new mother who loves spending time at home. I enjoy doing photography on the side, along with any other project that comes my way. I plan to eventually go back to college and receive my Masters Degree in Counseling once my kids are older. Who knows, by then I may have my own studio or my own business renovating furniture.

Why I am a Mormon

 Through the Gospel of Jesus Christ along with learning about the great plan of happiness, there is always an answer there for us to help us through this human experience. Through prayer or reading the scriptures I have been led through my life and through personal struggles. I testify the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I testify Jesus Christ is the son of God, and did suffer in the Garden of Gethsemane for all of us to be able to help and heal us along the way. I testify He did rise on the 3rd day as a resurrected being. I also testfy that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God just like our current prophet is today. I believe they have the ability to do things and to lead just like in Bible times. I found a quote awhile back that states perfectly why this gospel has taken hold of me and become apart of my heart and who I am. Lucy Maud Montgomery said, "It has always seemed to me, ever since early childhood, amid all the commonplaces of life, I was very near to a kingdom of ideal beauty. Between it and me hung only a thin veil. I could never draw it quite aside, but sometimes a wind fluttered it and I caught a glimpse of the enchanting realm beyond-only a glimpse- but those glimpses have always made life worthwhile." 

How I live my faith

 As an LDS woman there are many things we do to help and serve others. I participate in a Compassionate Service Comittee. We help those in need. We provide meals for a week for all mothers who have just recently had a baby. We try and make little starter kits for the mothers including things like diapers, burp rags, onsies, anything that will help. We do many other things but that is one example of how we serve eachother. We also visit other women within the ward. We share the message of the month with them, get to know them better, and offer our service for anything they may need.