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Hi I'm Nicholas

I Love and Grow Great Garlic! I am a dad, I live the life I love and I love the life I live. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I live in Beautiful British Columbia. I Love a simple life, I enjoy growing great food, and providing for my wonderful family. I enjoy being a father who works and teaches his children about where our food comes from. Growing Garlic Is more than a passion it's simply sublime. I am of First Nation (Native American) decent and have a rich heritage. I also have a fantastic heritage from my father who looks like Santa Claus'. Loving the outdoors with my family beats four walls of any room! Picking wild huckleberries, skiing, climbing, camping, salmon fishing, swimming in rivers, growing great Garlic, and simply Loving our lives. Is who I am. And yes I am a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

Life is stressful as it is... And has plenty of hardships even when we are living right! Having (hopefully living) the teachings keeps us from so many potential pit falls and down right misery. I am a Mormon first off because it makes me happy. Its difficult for me to not enjoy something fantastic such as a sunset, great food, epic scenery, great friends, deep powder, Etc. and not have a special feeling that I know God loves me! Having the knowledge of the gospel helps me to recognize the greatness in my life. It helps me to appreciate the difficult times. Being a Mormon helps me to want to become a better husband, father, brother, and friend.

How I live my faith

Being a father, there is a season and time for everything. Being a young father with four children all under the age of seven, they are my priority. Simply living my faith by teaching them the gospel principals, and living (Mosiah 4:15). Honoring my priesthood so I am always available to be the patriarch I am suppose to be. Am I perfect?... Yes whoops I just lied again, Of course not, am I striving? Absolutely and I certainly have a testimony of the atonement of Jesus Christ. For I know that in him we can all be perfect. I know on my own efforts I feel very inadequate... But when I exercise repentance I always get a wonderful feeling that I am loved and personally cared for. We live in a smaller city of BC Canada. The church membership is low in numbers so we all wear many hats to fulfill the responsibilities we have stewardship over, I do my best to participate in visiting families, teaching lessons, speaking in church, and feeding the missionaries.