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Hi I'm Tamara

I'm a commercial embroidery business owner. Love being married. I'm a Supermom. I love to laugh, make bread & sew. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

All my life my greatest desire was to be a mom. We have 3 beautiful children, 2 boys and a girl. Early in my marriage, my youngest sister took all my favorite recipes from various sources and made my own original cookbook. My favorite section is "I want to be a mom" which includes homemade playdough to decorative holiday themed cupcake ideas. I wouldn't want to share this experience with anyone else then my dear husband. I am so blessed. It is very empowering to share your life with someone that accepts your crazy laugh, my late night frantic projects and the passion in whatever I take on. I give it 100%. It has been said that I don't just put more on my plate but just get a bigger platter. I love life.

Why I am a Mormon

President Hinckley has been quoted "Life is meant to be enjoyed -- not endured". I am a very lucky lady but I have been brought to my knees many times while raising these precious children of God. I try to enjoy life so everyday I wake up with a smile on my face because through the daily trials, family scripture attempts, phone calls, teacher visits, meal preparation, etc. it feels like an enduring race. I am grateful for the gospel to put perspective in all the crazy parts of my day. I try everyday to read a scripture just for ME, take a deep breath and simplify. I count my many blessings.

How I live my faith

“Perhaps the greatest charity comes when we are kind to each other, when we don’t judge or categorize someone else, when we simply give each other the benefit of the doubt or remain quiet. Charity is accepting someone’s differences, weaknesses, and shortcomings; having patience with someone who has let us down; or resisting the impulse to become offended when someone doesn’t handle something the way we might have hoped. Charity is refusing to take advantage of another’s weakness and being willing to forgive someone who has hurt us. Charity is expecting the best of each other” ― Marvin J. Ashton