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Hi I'm Vivian

I go by Mommy, Viv, Vivian, and Sister. I love my family and I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ and I am a Mormon!

About Me

I like to watch my boys smile laugh and help each other. We recently moved across country from the Nashville to Seattle. It was a big move and a big leap of faith but with Christ all things are possible. I love reading, singing, and baking. I do not usually like dirty diapers, snot, and cleaning the kitchen but there's gotta be opposition in all things right. I grew up in a large family with a lot of noise but I was taught by a mother with strong faith and unwavering dedication. I know and teach my family that we can do hard things with Heavenly Father's help. :)

Why I am a Mormon

It just makes sense to me. The teachings, promises, people are wonderful. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints "talks of Christ, rejoices in Christ, preaches of Christ, prophesy's of Christ, and writes according to the prophecies, that our children may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins." The Book of Mormon is amazing. There are so many references to Jesus Christ and keeping His commandments. It is full of love and truth and I simply just love it. The church is simple, it's teachings are simple, and living God's law really is simple. The Holy Spirit testifies of God's divinity and the redeeming love and grace of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I read my scriptures, pray daily and teach my family to do the same. I love it when I am able to help someone. I love to share our church's Mormon Messages with my friends and family. I try to never speak an unkind word and be like Mary the mother of Jesus and "ponder things in my heart." I love to be a part of a wonderful women's society called the Relief Society. It is a place where women came come together and be taught, strengthened, and served by one another.