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Hi I'm Sara

I'm a CPA, a violinist, a wife and mother, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Arizona and I love it here despite the blazing hot summers! My husband and I are both violinists and we met in orchestra during college. I am a CPA by profession, but in my free time I love to run, play sports with my boys, spend quality time with my husband, hang out with my mom and sisters, enjoy the company of friends, play card and board games, experience nature, garden, scrapbook, and practice my violin. We have 5 boys and we love each and every member of our little "basketball team."

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God, my savior and Redeemer. I believe that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the same church that he established when he was on the earth, restored once again in our time. I was born to parents also of this faith and though they are devoted Latter-Day Saints now, they were not always actively involved in our church. For a period of time my father was actually quite antagonistic about the church. This experience gave me the opportunity from a young age to have to decide for myself if I truly wanted to be a Mormon. Through prayer and careful study of the Bible and Book of Mormon I came to know for myself that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Christ's church on the earth today.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving in my home, my community, and my church. I have enjoyed working with boys ages 8-10 years old as a Cub Scout Den Leader. Our house is already equipped for lots of boys so it was the perfect fit for me! I loved working with the boys and seeing their enthusiasm and energy makes me want to try harder to be a good example to them. Now I serve in the Relief Society and love working closely with the women in my church and neighborhood. I try to volunteer at my boys' school whenever I can. My service in my home is by far the most time consuming and rewarding. I try to teach my children how to work hard and give them as many opportunities as I can to participate in serving the needs of our neighbors and extended family. I invite them to pray for others and to be kind to and considerate of others. Of course everything I try to teach them to do has to be backed by my example of how to do it. They give me the motivation to live my life in a way that we can all be proud of.