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Hi I'm Stacy

I'm a proud mother of four, a loving wife, a reader, a mural and specialty painter, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

First and foremost, I'm a wife and a mother. My family is the joy of my life, even when they cause me to pull my hair out! With 4 crazy active kids, that happens a lot! I am completely addicted to chocolate! I love doing creative things like quilting, decorating, and painting fun rooms. Especially kids rooms where I can get real creative and use lots of color! I love to sing and play the piano, music is so important to me. I'm helping my daughters learn the piano and encouraging their love of music as well. Reading is another passion of mine and I read any free chance I get.

Why I am a Mormon

I was actually born and raised Mormon, but gained my own testimony while I was young. After reading scriptures one night I prayed that I would know the Book of Mormon was true. I was waiting for some great spiritual revelation to happen, but as I was praying, I just felt so strongly that I already knew it was true. I love Jesus Christ and the church that He had restored for us. It makes so much sense to me. Teaching good things, answering so many questions, not to mention the feeling of the Spirit that is so strong when I learn more of Christ's gospel. I know that being a Mormon makes me and my family happy and teaching my kids to pray and do good things is such a wonderful reward for me.

How I live my faith

I try hard to live my Faith by trying to help others who may need my help. Jesus taught us to love one another and serve each other, so as hard as it can be sometimes, that is what I always strive to do. I love to see others days brightened, and if I could help do that, then my day is brightened also. I pray and read scriptures. I listen to my church leaders and try to follow the Lord's commandments. I help with the young toddlers in our church during their class time sometimes. They are the most wonderful Spirits and being around them and their purity is such a wonderful blessing. I also help with some of our young girls ages 10-11. They are at such a transitional age, yet they are so wonderful to be with. Watching them grow, teaching them things of the