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Hi I'm Allie

I married my best friend. I work with adults who have disabilities and with Hospice patients and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have had a wonderful life filled with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I love the Book Of Mormon and could not live without either. I met my wonderful husband Zack at college and we were married in the Manti LDS Temple for Eternity. Life is hard being married and going to school but with the strength of the Gospel in our lives/marriage/hearts we have come through all our trials better people prepared to face the next one. We are looking forward to starting our own family and fulfilling more of God's plan for us.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because in this crazy world there is so much to be afraid of. Also, I fully believe that Zack and I will be together forever and our kids with us will be an eternal family. I have always dreamed of that eternal kind of love. A love that was so strong that the man I chose to marry would love me back so much that nothing short of eternity would be enough for him. Also, I believe that those we loose here in mortality are always with us through the sealing power of the temple and that one day, we will be together again. Families Are Forever.

How I live my faith

I love living my faith every day by just remembering that even though I may not think I'm being watched, I really never know who's waiting to see what I'll do next. Also, I don't think that just having a bad attitude toward the world or anyone else, because I'm having a bad day, is ok. I know how it feels to have someone treat me unfairly, especially when they didn't know me at all or what I was going through that day. Ultimately, by treating everyone with kindness and thoughtfulness is the way to really let the light of Christ shine through me. I may be having a bad day but, I never know what someone else might be going through.