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Hi I'm Brenda

I grew up in Southeaster Utah. I love the mountains and the outdoors. I have 4 children. Ranging from 21-14 and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to scrapbook, read and mostly hang-out with my kids. I love the outdoors. I come from a large family and enjoy family get togethers. I enjoy seeing my children, nieces and nephews or people I care about accomplish what they desire. Children amaze me with their strengths, endurance and ability to love and forgive unconditionally. I have 4 children. 3 boys and 1 girl. They are my world.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it has given me a positive direction in my life. I am so grateful for a Savior who died for me so that I can strive to be better each day. I believe because of the gospel in my life I have been able to raise my children to be the amazing children that they are. I have made mistakes and I continue to make mistakes daily. Because of a Father in Heaven who loves me and sacrificed His Son I am able to be forgiven and continue daily to be better. I was raised in the church and am grateful to be able to look back on my family members who have sacrificed so much so that I was able to grow up in the gospel.

How I live my faith

I try daily to love everyone. I accept people for who they are. I do not believe that anyone is without fault. Each day we all try to do better, be a little better. I strive to be friends with everyone. I work with the youth in my church and I believe they are amazing and teach me daily with their strengths. I am so happy I get to serve with them because it helps me to feel young again. I work at a school and it brings such strength to me to be able to love these kids and give them positive direction. I have to try daily to remember to be patient and I am given many opportunties to practice this daily working with the youth and children.