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Hi I'm Brandie Jo Frazier

I grew up in Utah. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of 3. My husband is in the Army and we have chosen for me to stay home and raise our children. We live on 1 acre with a modest home. We have chickens and a cow, a rabbit, 2 dogs and 2 cats. I like to do Swedish weave and crochet( I am still learning to crochet). I love Relief Society because it gives me somewhere I belong and a sisterhood like no other you have seen. We moved to Washington state in 2005 when my husband joined the Army. This was the first time I have lived outside of Utah. My family is in Utah and my husbands family is in Texas. He is a convert to the church and the only one in his family. Our ward is our family here and we love it.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member all my life and I know this is Christs church. I feel it. I have been to other churchs and not felt the same. I know that I am a daughter of Heavenly Father and that He loves me. I have a devine purpose here on earth to teach my children that He has given me, about Him. Christ died for me and for you so that we can live with Him in Heaven again. We can be an Eternal Family, I can not imagine raising my children and being with my husband, to have it all end when I die. I am grateful for the Gospel in my life and the comfort it gives me. I love my Lord!

How I live my faith

I volunteer at my childrens school to help the their teachers in the classroom and I also make popcorn for the children one day a week. The children love popcorn and the money goes to help the PTO. I help our ward family with food storage Ideas and let them know when we are scheduled for the Cannery. The Cannery is where we can food for storing in times of emergency or for job losses or illness. I have helped our Women in our congregation( Ward) have fun with activities and learn the gospel. We all are volunteers and no one gets paid for any work they do in our church.