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Hi I'm Susie

I'm a mother, a classical singer and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My life is centered around family and music. I have studied music (voice and piano) since childhood, which means after completing a masters degree in music, I have had a lessons every week of my life since the age of 6. Now, I am blessed to be able to work from home teaching music lessons so I can focus on my family. I keep up with my own practicing to hopefully get back into the performing arts world once my children are in school. I have a loving husband and currently just one vivacious daughter. We love the fine arts in our family. My husband and I enjoy museums, the symphony and the opera. And of course, my little girl already takes ballet lessons.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a Mormon family and was taught principles of the faith throughout childhood. It was a part of my cultural life but I feel like I didn't truly convert until I was 14 years old. I always was a good little girl and young woman, always doing what I was told but when I was 14 I started to want to discover and learn on my own. Using the principles I was taught I studied and prayed. One particular night my prayer was extra meaningful for truth and I received an undeniable answer. I am Mormon because of that answered prayer. It is the foundation of my testimony. I have built upon it over the years and my faith and understanding of God has grown stronger and more fixed.

How I live my faith

I live my faith daily. It is the only way I know how. My faith is my life and I am happy because of it. Being a follower of Christ means more than just my worship time. It is who I am and how I treat others. I am lucky to have many associations through work with people who do not share my religious beliefs but who share similar morals and outlooks on life. Where we are similar far surpasses where we are different. Being a Mormon takes a of dedication and commitment but so does being a good person.