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Hi I'm Stacy

I grew up in a small town of 400 people. I joined the Navy, been around the world and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Phoenix, moved to a very small town of only 400 people and graduated high school with 6 other people (one of the larger classes to graduate). I went off to college, worked to pay for school. When I couldn't afford it any more, I enlisted in the Navy. I went to boot camp, which is where I met my husband, although I was friends with him for a year before I told him I liked him, then we got engaged a month after that. I've been around the country for school, ending up being stationed in San Diego. I went on deployment, and helped out with the Tsunami relief of 2004.  I ended up being injured, and medically separated. I Then moved in with my mom to wait out my husband being separated for hte Navy. I stayed there helping to take care of my great aunt while my husband went to school. Finally the rest of us joined him, and we just bought a home. I'm a stay at home mom of 3 kids, a girl and two boys. I love cooking, and photography. Love TV, animals, and life

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, its all I've known. I always felt comfortable there, like being apart of a family When I moved out of my parents home to attend college, I moved in with my moms brother who was an alcoholic, and chain smoker and had a very neanderthal look of women. I also had to work on Sundays, leaving me unable to attend church for a while. When I quit my Sunday job, I just found it easier to stay home on Sunday. It wasn't until a family friend, who knew my family when we were young, gave me a job at church that I started going back. It wasn't until I went back that I felt what I was missing all those months of not going. I never even knew something was gone.

How I live my faith

My family and I go to church every Sunday. I have a calling in Relief Society as assistant chorister. But I do whatever is asked of me, from playing piano, to teaching a class.