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Hi I'm Sara

I'm a Mormon, and I have been all of my life.

About Me

My husband and I have been married for 13 years...he is the best person I know, and I am so blessed that we found each other.  I'm a mother of 4 great children, a girl and three boys. I love to read, ski, hike, snowshoe, walk, scrapbook, play piano, watch tennis, watch football, watch chick-flics, play games, and cook! I went to BYU for a few years, and studied early childhood ed, then philosophy. I really should have studdied business or gone into culinary arts. Who knew! not me, then! I love my life and my family and really, I can't ask for a better life...maybe only that my mother were still living. That's probably the only thing I'd really change.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents were converted to the LDS faith when they were in their late 20's. So, I was born into the LDS church. Along the way however, my testimony grew and grew. I guess as learned about the doctrine, and read the scriptures, all of it was just TRUE in my heart, and I have never thought that it wasn't. It hasn't always been easy to be a "mormon" as the world has a lot of temptations and strange perceptions about our faith and lifestyle, but I can never turn my back on what I know to be true....no matter what fire we as a people come under, or me as an individual.

How I live my faith

I just do. To me, there really isn't much grey area or wiggle room with your faith. If you believe it, you live it, right? I can't pick and choose what I want to live by and what I don't. It's not a religion of convienience, it's pretty straight forward in my head and heart. I'm not saying I live it perfectly, I fall WAY short, but I know what is right, and I know the truth, and I keep trying. I think that's what it's about, continuing toward a Christlike life... repenting, and doing better when we mess up, learning in the process.