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Hi I'm Chloe

I’m a mom. I’m a performer. I’m a chef. I’m an Army wife. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love trying new things. I have found so many wonderful interests just by trying something new. I LOVE to cook, well, eating, and you have to cook to eat so I learned to cook. I love all types of food and I like trying new cuisine. I love to read and go to book clubs and have taken up writing as well. I enjoy photography as well as crafting. I enjoy learning and the arts especially performing. I have worked at Walt Disney World as a performer for a number of years now and it has been so much fun. I went to school for theater film and television and loved every second of it. I also love, love (no mistake there two loves) movies. But above all those other things what I love most are my husband and daughter. They are really fun! My little girl is probably the funniest person alive and my husband is my best friend so with them the other things are so much more enjoyable.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up without anything religious being taught in my home. However, I went to a private religious middle school. It was there I started to gain a knowledge of Christ and the Bible and I had began to compile a list of questions. I would ask the leaders of the church I would attend associated with my school my questions and their answers would not be explained or would not sit well with me. I then began to have more questions and decided to look elsewhere for the answers. So asked a variety of churches my questions, always making sure to ask people of that faith the question to ensure accurate information, and nothing ever sat 100% true with me. Then I was asked to go to the Mormon church and I was hesitant to go but not wanting to “leave anyone out” or be a hypocrite as I felt some other faiths had been I went. The spirit the Sunday was stronger than anything I had every felt in my entire life. It was amazing. I was then asked if I wanted to talk to the missionaries and I said only if they could answer my questions and sure enough they did. I’m a Mormon because I know that what we teach is true. I have the answers I was seeking and I have no doubt the Savior lives.Having this knowledge makes it so much easier to get through the hard times in life. It doesn’t mean I don’t get hard times but I do feel I get through them easier than people who don’t have the comfort that comes from our Savior.

How I live my faith

I don't believe anything I don't do. I live my faith one day at a time. I have the big picture now but I know that I can only do so much each day. I do my best by reading my scriptures each day and having personal and family prayers. I repent when I do things that are out of accordance with God’s commandments and I strive to be more like Christ each day. I always look for ways and opportunities I can serve other people because I have been so blessed with other people’s help while me husband has been away for the military. I love to take meals to someone who is getting out of the hospital from just having a baby or just has had an illness or surgery and sitting with them to visit and sharing something I know they appreciate because they could not have provided it for themselves or it would have been difficult to provide at the time and just lessen the burden of someone else is one of the greatest joys on life. I also LOVE to teach the 16-17 year olds in Sunday school because they are just so smart and they really are teaching me. Service and love can make your sorrows go away.

What is being a Mormon like?

Chloe
Awesome! We have the tools we need to get back to Heavenly Father which is pretty exciting. Sometimes it can be hard because it's not always easy standing for something that is right that you believe in especially if that opposition is your family or your friends. But the will of God will never lead you to where the Grace of God can't protect you and that's something to be happy about, and being Mormon is finding a way to always be happy. Show more Show less