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Hi I'm Tia

I'm a wife and expecting mother and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I'm a girl from a small town. I wrote to my missionary and when he got back we decided to get married. We are now expecting our first child and can't wait to start this new chapter of our lives. I love volleyball! I played all through high school and when I went to college I played just for fun. I've had a few coaching opportunities with young girls which I thoroughly enjoyed. I also love photography. I'm not saying that I'm professional or anything, but I don enjoy it. I usually take my sibling's senior pictures, wedding pictures, engagements and such. I just love it so much!

Why I am a Mormon

 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has always been a part of my life. I grew up in the church and I always went to my meetings and my young women activities. I had felt the spirit often during those years and I knew that the church was true. It wasn't until I moved away that I really started to appreciate the amazing relationship that I could have with my Heavenly Father. There was a particularly difficult time in my life when I thought the spirit wasn't with as much as I wanted to be. Of course it was my fault that I wasn't feeling the spirit, no one could change that for me. When I approached my bishop about it he told me that I should pray each day for the spiritual "manna" that I needed for that day. Just like Heavenly Father provided manna for the people in the dessert, it was enough to get them through the day. After applying that, I know that Heavenly Father never gives us more than we can handle and if we ask for his help, we can get through with our spiritual "manna".

How I live my faith

 I love being involved with my ward. I most especially love to be involved with the music. I quite enjoy being the organist or pianist for the ward choir. I think that music invites the spirit and can convey some feelings that some words may not be able to. After all, it has been said, "When words fail, music speaks."