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Hi I'm Susan

I'm domestic engineer (and loving it)! I'm an Office manager to my husbands Law Firm. I am a Mormon.

About Me

Mother...Wife...Entrepreneur...Teacher...Volunteer...Tutor...I wear many different hats. I love working with people. My degree is in Human and Family Development. I plan to go back and get my Masters so that I can become a therapist. I am currently juggling (and enjoying) being a mother to three beautiful girls. I am also helping my husband with our very young and growing Law Firm. When my husband graduated from law school the economy crashed and the jobs went up in the flames as well. Times are tough, and the hats I wear are hard to keep track of. But we are doing what we have to do to survive and I wouldn't change the trials I have for anything. I read, play games, Facebook, goof off, sing and dancer (not professionally!), go on dates with my husband and daughters, enjoy life and live it to the fullest!

Why I am a Mormon

I had a choice, like everyone does with religion and the way I live my life. I was born in the church with my family being very active in the church. I tasted what the world outside of the church offered. We are bombarded with Images of what can make you happy in life, a lot of which are against the standards of the church. I felt after a few years of a hard life, that it wasn't worth it. I remember thinking, "well, I'm not happy with life, might as well give the church thing a try." I can tell you that it was the best decision of my life. It was amazing! I KNOW I was loved by my Father in heaven. I KNOW that He knows my name and loves me. I will never go back to that life style. There is an eternal purpose to my life now.

How I live my faith

First and foremost, I try to emulate my Savior in every aspect of my life. Do I succeed...definitely not! I am human, but I know that if I keep trying to be like my Savior, Jesus Christ, that I cannot go wrong. I serve when I can. I try to bring meals to families in need. I have a job in church that I try to do well. Right now I work with the Webelos in Cub Scouts. It's been great! Our "jobs" in church are called callings. It's all volunteer. This has taught me and encouraged me to help others every where, not just in the church. I love to serve at local schools. I also help in the community to help raise monies for schools and organizations. Life is tough, but if I can help make it easier in a little way, then I will.