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Hi I'm Heidi

I'm a musician, interpreter, mom, ice cream lover, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up on a farm in a small town so I understand the value of hard work. I was homeschooled and spent the majority of my time practicing my different instruments (piano, organ and cello) to refine my talents. I went to college at the age of 16 and graduated with a BSed at 20, after which I went on a mission where I met my wonderful husband. We are the proud parents of a little boy who brings us the greatest joy! I love learning. Right now I am trying to learn about food preservation and storage, gardening and sewing. I also love scrapbooking, playing my piano, reading, and doing my job; sign language interpreting.

Why I am a Mormon

I can see and feel a difference in my life when I study my scriptures, sincerely pray, and not just attend church but actively strive to participate in church responsibilities. I feel happy. Life is clear. Goals seem more reacheable. I have prayed many times about this church and my answer always comes through other people. The service and friendship of others shows me the love God has for me; something they say or do inevitably asnwers my prayers or questions. I'm amazed at how simple living the gosple really is, and yet how tough it can be some days. However, relying on the Lord, and knowing I'm a child of a loving Heavenly Father helps me turn bad days into great learning experiences. My faith grows and my love for others grows. I love Jesus Christ, I love God and I love my family. I'm a mormon because I know the church of Jesus Christ has everything I need to return back to my Heavenly Father. I'm a mormon because I believe.

How I live my faith

My husband and I teach the 6-7 year olds and they are so fun! I also like to participate in benefit runs (only 5K's because I can"t run farther than that yet), and local organizations that help troubled youth. I interpret for a deaf girl in a different ward as well so she can understand and participate in church.