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Hi I'm Kimberly

I was born in Utah, but moved and lived many places because my dad was in the Army. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

While Growing up my dad was in the Army so we moved quite a bit throughout the USA. I went to 12 schools and then off to college. I graduated from College with a degree in Marriage and Family and then soon after was able to be a mother at home with my children. I love to play volleyball, I played all through high school and now when I get a chance. I love to run and walk and be outside. If I can be outside you will usually see me out there. I grew up in a large family with seven children in my family. I have been married to a wonderful husband for twelve years and we have been blessed to have five children- four girls and one boy. My husband was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor in 2007 and through God's miracles he is still here with us today.

Why I am a Mormon

I was blessed to be born to parents who were already members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day-Saints. I have felt of His love and peace as I read His words and feel of His spirit. I have been grateful for the gospel in my life and the strength that it has given me through all the different periods of my life. I know that God loves me and He loves all of His children. Through the scriptures I have felt his love and His words which have guided me and given me strength to do what is right. I know when we know who we are, we can find strength to helps others around us and we can find joy when things are hard. My husband's diagnosis of his cancerous brain tumor was a difficult time for me. I was told by doctors that my husband had only about a year left to live, if that, and to enjoy that time together. They said there is no cure for his cancer and he will die from it. It has been over four years since then and God's mercy and power has given us a chance to continue being together and to live life normally. We pray and hope that it is in God's plan that he be here for many more years to come. God has given me such strength during this time that I know He loves me and he will not let me feel alone when I turned to him in prayer.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith be striving to help the people who are around me- my family and community. I have enjoyed working with youth ages 12-18 for the past three years. I have loved to see their lives become more meaningful as they let Christ be apart of them and their everyday lives. I have also started to help with the cub scout program. This program helps these boys develope confidence and characteristics that will help them become better fathers and citizens.