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Hi I'm Kelsie

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in a small town in East Texas. I am 27 years old and was married to my amazing husband in the Salt Lake City Temple in 2004. I met my husband while attending Brigham Young University. I graduated in December of 05 and moved to Colorado. I am a mom and wife, most importantly, but also work out of the home at this time. My dream is to be able to stay home with my children one day. I have a two year old daughter and expecting another little girl in February 2012.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up my whole life being a Mormon, and never really questioned my faith. I've always felt and known it was true and right. This gospel provides such truth and comfort in times of uncertainty and struggles. It has always just made so much sense to me and have felt the blessings of having the gospel, a living prophet, the priesthood and temples on this earth today. I am so blessed to be apart of an eternal family. A month after my daughter was born, my husband was diagnosed with stage 3b colon cancer at age 27. It was definitely something that was not expected and threw us for a loop. Through priesthood blessings, humble prayers and fasting, he is now healthy and cancer free. If someone would have told me prior to this happening that I was going to be handed this trial, I would have told them they were crazy and there was no way I could handle that. But through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, I WAS able to make it through this trial and now on the other side, realize those blessings. This trial strengthened my testimony in the Atonement, prayer, fasting, temple work and service. We were blessed with so many wanting to serve us in any way possible, whether of our faith or not. I know the Lord does not give us trials we can not handle., it's how we choose to face them.

How I live my faith

I am in no way perfect. I try to live my life in a way that would be pleasing to the Lord and choose the right. I now have the responsibility to teach these things to my children and set a good example for them as well as those I come in contact with on a daily basis. I am proud to be a Mormon and try to find ways to share that at any chance I get.