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Hi I'm Tiffany

I am a dedicated mom, a loving wife, and a Physician Assistant Student. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of two beautiful children. I have an adoring, dedicated, and supportive husband whom I love dearly. He is my support and strength in everything that I do. My family is the most important and influential aspect of my life. I have always had the desire to obtain a solid education and my husband has encouraged me every step of the way through my educational endeavors. Over the last 4 years I have worked hard to balance my role as wife, mother, and student. I can proudly say that i graduated with a bachelors degree in Biology and obtained summa cum laude distinction even with a newborn baby and 3 year old daughter by my side. I am furthering my education by obtaining a Masters degree of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. I know I can be an exceptional Mom, a loving wife, and still have a career where I can making a difference serving others in healthcare.

Why I am a Mormon

I know the Lord is aware of me. He knows my heart ache and loves me unceasingly regardless of my imperfections. I have a testimony that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ are real personages who love us unconditionally. I know God hears and answers my prayers. Answers may not always come how I wanted or expected. However, as I follow the promptings of the Spirit faithfully and live my life in a manner pleasing unto God, my trials are made easy and life becomes clearer. I know that Heavenly Father understands the eternal perspective, sometimes we just have to believe and proceed with faith before the answers to life challenges are made known.

How I live my faith

I don't smoke, or drink alcohol. I read the scriptures to my children daily as part of our bedtime routine. I try to be a caring a compassionate person. Within my church, teach the 9-10 year old girls how to develop their talents. We do crafts and play games. I help coordinate activities to teach them about faith, self-worth, and the importance of helping those in need. I try to live my faith by giving service. Small acts of kindness can go a long way to comfort and strengthen others. I volunteer where I can in the community and try to lend a helping hand to those I come across who are in need. Sometimes my service is a small act of kindness like listening to a friend, helping the elderly carry groceries to their car, doing yard work, or simply saying hello to someone passing by.