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Hi I'm Megan

I'm a photographer. I love to cook and bake. I'm a blogger. I'm Mormon!

About Me

I'm a certified professional photographer but I prefer to keep it a hobby and enjoy it. I work as a full time customer service representative for a third-party administrative insurance company in Montana. I was married to my best friend and most amazing man in the world in 2009 in the Draper Temple. I've recently found a love for food and cooking and photographing the process. My dad calls me a "Culinographer" :). My photography blog is megancamilla.blogspot.com and the cooking blog my husband and I do together is thestokerkitchen.blogspot.com.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that was already a part of the church for several generations. I am Mormon because I know that the Gospel is true. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet. I know that the counsel that we receive today from the current Prophet and Apostles is revelation for us in our day and age. I know that the Book of Mormon is true and that if also has counsel and warnings for us as long as we study and listen. In looking back at my life and of those around me, I have witnessed that if we obey and heed the counsel of the Prophets and Apostles and don't dismiss what they say we can stay strong on the straight and narrow.

How I live my faith

I live my faith several ways. In my every day life I live it by being an example. I'm not afraid to answer questions that others may ask. I make sure that I'm a friend first and allow people to feel comfortable enough with me to ask the questions that they have. I also live my faith by teaching the children of our church. I substitute when the actual teachers can't make it to church and it has been a true blessing and testimony builder to teach the children. Their faith is strong and it's been teaching me how humble you truly you need to be to "become as a child" and "be teachable". I look forward to teaching them every week.