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Hi I'm Angela

I'm an artist. I'm a Disney nerd. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Napa, California. I am the youngest of 10 kids. My mother had 6 kids in her first marriage, and my father had 3 in his first marriage. They met later in life, and had me (and only me), so I grew up as somewhat of an only child. My father passed away when I was nine years old of colon cancer, so my mom and I have become very close since then. My mom and I moved to Texas when I was 16, and I finished high school there. I met my now-husband, Keith, at a church dance and we became good friends. He took me to my junior prom, and we've been together ever since! We got married in 2008, when we were 20 years old. We don't have any kids yet, and are enjoying our time together as a cute little married couple. Shortly after we got married, Keith took me to Disneyland for the first time. 4 months later we moved to Orlando, Florida and worked at Disney World full time! It was the best time of our lives. We moved back to Texas, but our dream is to go back and work for Disney again someday. It was so much fun. I love photography. I love to make art out of ordinary things. It's a passion of mine. I would love to make a career out of it, but for now, I love it as a hobby.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up going to the Mormon church with my mom, and the Catholic church with my dad. When my dad died I felt torn to choose between one church and the other. I was 9 years old and a bit torn about what to do. I realized that my dad would want me to do what I felt was right and true, and that was to be Mormon. It was one of the best decisions I've ever made. I can't imagine my life without the gospel. The best thing about it is that I know that families are forever. I know that I will be with my dad again, and that my husband and I (and our future family), will be together for time and all eternity. It gives me a great perspective on life, and It's the best feeling in the world to know that. I love being mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a good example to others. I try to be a good, and happy person, and I hope that others see that. In my calling at church, I teach children (7-8 year olds) about the gospel.