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Hi I'm Lindsay.

I'm a wife, mother, runner, reader, chocolate-lover, worrier, procrastinator, blogger. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My two sons (ages 6 and 4), my daughter (age 2) and baby boy on the way currently consume a good chunk of my time, energy and love. I do have some of that left over for my husband and things I like to do. I love to run; it keeps me sane. In between babies, I train and run a few races every year and manage to come up with decent times. California-bred, I love warm weather and summer but have come to appreciate the seasons and beauty of Colorado. With a BA in English, I enjoy reading and writing and like to blog.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because, as a member of Christ's church, I know who I am, where I came from and where I am going. In a world of conflicting messages, being a Mormon gives me direction on how to live my life and what to teach my children. I seek after truth, clarity and confirmation that I am on the right path and I find all those things through being a Mormon. Raising children in today's world is not easy. I am so grateful that my church enables me to lead my children toward their Savior and to filter out all the things of the world that will not help them be good and happy people. Above all, being a Mormon brings me happiness and a sense of completeness like nothing else does.

How I live my faith

I teach a class of 4 and 5 year old children every Sunday. Together, we learn about Jesus Christ and how to follow Him. My family and I attend church every Sunday, we pray together and study the scriptures daily. My husband and I strive to raise a family that loves one another, serves their community and follows the commandments of God. I try to make living my faith a priority in my life by constantly trying to improve myself and build my character to be as God and Christ intended.