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Hi I'm Jenny

I'm a wife. I'm a mother to three boys. I'm an archaeologist. And, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to read and I love to learn. I especially enjoy learning about history. It was that love of history that made me want to study archaeology in college. I love the tangible connection to the past that comes with studying archaeological artifacts. Though I am currently a stay-at-home-mom, I find time to volunteer with the local historical community. I've recently discovered a love of sewing and I enjoy making myself cute clothes and blogging about my projects. I'm a fan of vintage fashion and classic musicals. I've spent many years in choirs and I love to sing. I enjoy hiking, camping, and being outdoors. I spend most of my time with my three boys and my husband. I love being with my family!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that have been members of the church for generations. As a young girl, I leaned on the faith of my parents and grandparents. As I grew older, I gained my own testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The gospel of Jesus Christ blesses me in my daily life. It gives me perspective on what's important, teaches me principles that lead to happiness, and gives me a sense of purpose. My Father in Heaven loves me and is aware of me and my needs. That gives me great comfort as I deal with the struggles of life. I am also comforted by the knowledge that through Jesus Christ, my family will be able to be together forever--not just 'til death do we part.

How I live my faith

I volunteer my time to teach the 9 year old boys in our congregation through the Cub Scout program. I do my best to be a good person. I am honest, I pray, I read my scriptures, and I do my best to keep God's commandments. I teach my children to do the same. I try to be a good friend to others. Really when it comes down to it, loving your fellow men pretty much covers all the bases.