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Hi I'm Kristie

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 30 year old wife and mother of three. I work with amazing photographers and contribute by styling hair and makeup. I am interested in all things artistic and makeup artistry happens to be one of my favorite mediums. I try to keep my life balanced and fun and look for joy in family and friendships. A few of my favorite things: My husband...can't get enough of the Tman. He supports me in everything I do and does everything he can to help me live my dreams. I love him more than anything. My children...of course life would not be complete without the joy these three bring. They are the CUTEST kids around. If you don't agree we can thumb wrestle. My family...Mom, Dad, brothers, sisters, In-Laws, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews. I love them, their craziness, and their laughter. My religion...nothing keeps me more balanced than my faith in Christ and my knowledge of the truthfulness of the gospel. My friends...what would life be like without a support system? I have girlfriends, e-mail friends, Facebook friends, YouTube friends, blogger friends, work friends, church friends, close friends, frenemies, friends of friends, potential friends. I love my friends. My treats...give me Jeni's Ice Cream (Salty Caramel and Belgium Milk Chocolate), a candy bar, a bag o' chips, anything sweet or salty and I am one happy camper.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe our purpose in life is to return to our Father in Heaven who has graciously made this possible through living His gospel here on the earth today. Being a Mormon has brought balance to my life. By giving us boundaries it has freed us to live a life of happiness and joy. I believe our Father in Heaven wants us to be happy and he has provided the directions and guidance on how to do that. The gospel is simple and through it, we may find peace.

How I live my faith

I live my faith every minute of every day. It is in every decision made, and every interaction. I seek opportunities to work and serve others, including fulfilling my duties to my church. I work with the women of the church and provide meaningful activities that help us to build friendships, grow, and learn.