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Hi I'm Helen

I'm a full-time Mom, part time student, and I love to sing. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to go by Miss Helen, because it helps me feel young. When I grow up I want to be a nurse. I have two sons who I love dearly -- even the teenage one. I love singing, hugs, dimples, chocolate, and sexy shoes. I weigh 20 pounds more than it says on my driver's license. My personal mantra is, "I can't promise you perfection, but I can promise you my best." I have a testimony of my Heavenly Father, and my Savior, Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into an LDS family, but I slowly gained my own testimony starting when I was about 19. Though challenges came my way, I always came back to Heavenly Father's gospel, and slowly I grew to know that the gospel is true. I have a part member family, but always try to maintain my standards and live the gospel, even when others disagree with me. I gain strength when I rely on the guidance of the Holy Ghost, and with my Heavenly Father's help, I have been able to be much more than I ever could be alone.

How I live my faith

The fast pace of this world and the "rat race" of life makes each day seem so difficult without knowing who Jesus Christ is. By being part of the Church of Jesus Christ, I've been able to find meaning in my own life as well as bring others to a knowledge that Jesus Christ loves them deeply. I recently began serving in the presidency of our Women's Organization, called the Relief Society. I've gained such a love for the sisters through service, care of the sick, and fellowship to those who struggle. Because I've struggled in my own life, I feel closer to those who are in need, and Christ gives me the blessing to mourn with those that mourn, to comfort those that stand in need of comfort, and to stand as a witness of God. In this way I feel like I truly make a difference in the world.