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Hi I'm Valarie

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

About Me

I am striving to create the Hilltop Homestead. We are a young family anxious to fulfill the dream of using the land we have. Our garden is doing so well, especially for our inexperience. We have a small flock of chickens that are almost to laying age. And we have four dairy goats, two of which I milk two times a day. Along with the production of our own groceries we hope to produce well-balanced children. I am a mother of three beautiful girls who are such good helpers and one super happy little brother! My husband of ten years is so supporting and loving of me and such a fun daddy. I am blessed and like to count my blessings everyday.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are Mormon's and I was raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I appreciate the situations and choices I avoided because of the things I was taught at home and church. Now I continue attending church and am an active member because of the answers I have from doing that: I know where my baby brother, Niece, and two Nephews are now, after death. I know that a family can be forever. I know why we take care of our bodies. I know why we have families. I know how to access feeling the love of my Father in Heaven. I know that I am a daughter of God. I know each of my children is a gift from God. I know what the purpose is to my life. I know that my Savior made it possible for my Eternal progression. I know that He loves me individually, and thought of me personally during His great suffering. I am a Mormon because of the peace and assurance I have through the things taught and the life I live as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

How I live my faith

I live my faith everyday. I live my faith by the food we eat. I live my faith by preparing physically for the unexpected. I live my faith in the language I use and the clothing I wear. I live my faith in the movies we watch, the games we play, and the music we listen to. I live my faith in the activities that take up our time. I live my faith in the way we spend our money and what we spend it on. My faith IS the way I live... and I am so grateful for the guidance!