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Hi I'm Jennifer

I am a mother, a wife, a student, a dancer and I have a passion for the outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a few courses away from attaining my BA degree. This has always been a goal of mine and I cannot wait to achieve it. I hope to be health and fitness consultant as well as a group fitness instructor. I am a mother of a 2 year old boy and a wife to an incredible, loving husband. I LOVE Gelato and cereal is my #1 breakfast choice. I hope to travel to Singapore with my family someday to experience their remarkable culture. I am looking forward to watching my children grow up and learning right along next to them through each milestone. I love this gospel with all my heart, it has brought SO much joy and understanding to my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church and I am so grateful for the strong, positive examples and the beautiful testimonies of others around me who have helped me to stay on the right path and stray from decisions that could have kept me from being where I am today. I am not perfect, far from it. But I have set goals from a young age to become the best that I can be and I try to stay close to those. I have a testimony of this gospel. I have felt the Holy Ghost throughout so many different circumstances in my life and I am SO so very grateful for that I have been blessed with. Through several triumphs and trials I have felt Christ's there, supporting me. I know He loves me. I KNOW my Heavenly Father loves me. I KNOW that I am a daughter of God and that He knows me, my weaknesses, my strengths. I know that I am not given a trial that I cannot overcome. I know that each trial that crosses my path is put there to strengthen and humble me. It is my choice whether I allow it to strengthen or burden me. I LOVE this gospel.

How I live my faith

I currently visit-teach a few different women in my ward every month to check up and see how they are doing, as well as share a gospel message. If any of them need help with cleaning, transportation, meals. I try to do as much as I can. I am also a ward missionary. In my community I try to help with the clean-up (garbage, planting etc.) whenever I get the opportunity.