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Hi I'm Roshelle

I am a wife. I am a mother to 2 wonderful children. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am in my mid-twenties. Ive been married to my sweetheart for about 7 years. I am very lucky to have my two children because I suffer from many health issues such as type 1 diabetes and arthritis. For my Diabetes I wear an insulin pump that infuses my body with insulin continuously, I also wear a glucose sensor and moniter my food intake to keep my blood sugars stable. With my arthritis I have found that warm weather helps decrease the pain in my joints, for that reason, my family has moved to southern Arizona. I have a daughter that started school this year and is thriving in kindergarten. I also have an infant son who makes my life very happy. I try to make my husbnd and children a paramount in my life. I am thrilled to be a stay at home mom right now, but I have also worked many years in the daycare industry. I am a certified nursing assistant and plan to finish my nursing degree in the years to come.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I love the comfort and peace the gospel brings into my life. I know without a doubt that the church of latter day saints is true. That our Savior gave his life, for each one of us to atone for our sins and mistakes that we all make on a daily basis. So that we can repent and be forgiven and continue trying to life our life close to the best example we have, Jesus Christ. I know the Savior picked a special human being, Joseph Smith, to bring the world out of the apostacy and bring back the true church, the priesthood, and the ordinances that are nessisary for us to return to live with our Heavenly Father after we pass from this world. I have been blessed to be raised in the church by a very faithful woman that no matter what decision she had to make she always consulted the lord first. I hope that one day my children will want to say the same thing about me and my husband. I am thankful to have the priesthood in my home and know that if one of us need a blessing that power is very real and is here when we need healing for our bodies, advise for our minds, or comfort for our hearts.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by not partaking of things that are bad for my body such as tobacco, alcahool, and drugs. I also serve my church by teaching the 5 year olds in my ward about the basic truths of the gospel. I participate in visiting teaching to develop and nuture relationships with the other LDS women in my area.