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Hi I'm Rachael

I am a mother of 3 wonderful little girls. I love to sew anything I can figure out, and I am a mormon

About Me

We moved around a little growing up but most of it was in the New england area, a beautiful place and very reserved. I also traveled a little around the states, as well as to a few places in Europe, as well as Canada and Mexico. I love to travel and see new places and meet new people. I now live in San Antonio Texas with my husband and 3 beautiful daughters. I Served a mission for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints when I was 22, in Salta Argentina, as well as a 4 month stint in the Richmond Virginia mission while waiting for my visa. My mission was a wonderful experiences in South American culture but more importantly a great developer of love, that I have of all people. I have a degree in Graphic Design. I am fortunate enough to stay home with my children these days. which also allows me to make and sell custom made little girl's clothes. I enjoy sewing all sort of things and make some of my own clothes as well being creative is important to me and creating for others brings me joy. I love being with friends and cooking for them. and when I get the chance I love to be outside enjoying this amazing world god created for us.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born of goodly parents as the ancient prophet Nephi liked to say. my Dad joined the church before my parents were married and they raised us kids in the gospel. I love the church, and was fortunate to develop a testimony of the gospel in my youth. I've read the book of mormon 6 times before I was 14. this was probably the biggest help to my understanding of the gospel at such a young age. because of my love for the book of mormon, it helped me come to know that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God, and with that knowledge and understanding the belief that we are still led by living prophets today has helped me make good decisions, staying away from evil temptations and things that would hurt me or my spirt. I am grateful for the power of prayer, the ability to communicate with our heavenly father. because like everyone I have had trails bring me to my knees, and I am so grateful that there is a loving and caring heavenly father waiting for me to talk to him. I have been very blessed in my life. to know about Gods plan for us, to know why we are here, where we came from and where we are going after this life. and most of all to be able to teach it to my children. I love the church and it's organization. I love the leadership, and opportunity to serve. because of those opportunities I have grown and become a better person.

How I live my faith

I am just a mother of 3 young, crazy, and beautiful little girls. I have very limited time and resources. but I never miss an opportunity to visit some of the women in my ward (church). because of the program called visiting teaching. Women are assigned fellow women, to visit, and share a gospel message with at least once a month. Because of this opportunity I have met the most amazing ladies, who have become some of my closest friends, whom I never would have thought possible. through visiting teaching, I get out of my comfort zone and associate with women of all ages and walks of life. I love getting to know people and finding the similarities we have in common as well as those experiences that teach me more about life. I am so grateful for these woman and to call them friend. they teach me so much about compassion and love, just like the savior did when he walked the earth.

How are modesty and chastity related? How can parents teach their children to be modest in dress, language and behavior?

Rachael
My mom always taught me that your clothing influences your behavior. dressing casual, you act casual. showing off your body, also is distracting and gives people the wrong impression about who you are. you are a child of God. and having that belief helps determine how you want others to see you as well. your body and mind are sacred and we need to show respect for ourselves as well as helping others see it too. plus the intimacy between two people is something that should not be taken lightly. it's important to be married first before sexual intimacy is brought in. a binding committed marriage is so important. part of that bond is the ability to bring children into this world. a relationship that needs tender love and care as well as respect. it's difficult in this day and age, everyone just wants to have fun cause lets face it sex can be fun. but it's an act that brings too people closer together than anything else can. and if these two people are just out for a good time the natural consequence is shame and guilt. red flags that something is not right. saving that intimacy for marriage only makes your marriage stronger. when marriage is tough enough sabotaging it before it starts isn't such a great idea. Show more Show less