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Hi I'm Susie

I am a Trauma Nurse. I live in Nevada. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I am a nurse, an educator, a wife, a mother. I teach special operations military medics. I have taught in the United States, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Sweden. I love snow and water skiing, good books, comfort food and most of all, spending time with my family and friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored to the earth in these latter days. I find peace, comfort and safety in abiding by the standards and precepts of the Gospel. I love my family and want to enjoy our family bonds beyond this earthly life. I love my Savior, Jesus Christ. I acknowledge all He has done to allow me to overcome my sin and weaknesses. I appreciate the gift to choose and direct my life, to make mistakes and to learn from my choices. I am a literal daughter of God and want to be worthy of living as a family with Him again.

How I live my faith

 My first priority is my family. I am the mom and I do the mom stuff....meals, groceries, laundry, school activities, car pool, shopping, mending, fixing, listening. Next, I teach Seminary in the mornings to high school students. I love spending each school morning with bright, happy, incredible young people. We learn of the gospel and pray together before we each launch into our day. Next go to work. I provide emergency medical education to doctors, nurses, paramedics, EMT's, police and fire personnel. I enjoy the opportunity to teach many people from varied backgrounds. I love people and I love teaching. I am an odd fit to teach special operations military medics, but my background in emergency, trauma and prehospital transport qualify me for that position. I am lucky to be involved in exciting opportunities. I try live my values wherever I am and serve as an example of what I believe.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

The intricate, amazing and complete design and functioning of the human body. The design and functioning of the universe. The answers to simple prayers that were too numerous to be coincidence. Show more Show less