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Hi I'm Moshae

I'm a stay at home mom of two, a lover of technology, and I love Broadway Plays! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife to a wonderful man who provides for our little family of 4. I am the mother of the most beautiful little boy, and very soon to be a beautiful little girl! I have an associates degree in Computer Assisted Design and Drafting Technology (CAD), and I also continued my education to the point where I have enough credits to be a super senior in College. However, after my AAS I didn't focus my studies on any one thing so I have not obtained another degree at this point in time. I do love computers, most electronics, and learning how to fix things! I collect movies and have a strange ability to memorize lines from most that I have seen. It drives my family crazy that I quote them as I watch these movies! I also love to see Broadway plays. My most favorite play of which I have seen Five times is Wicked!! The great, and very family friendly play about the history behind the witches of Oz! I love the music from this play, and I also have an appreciation for so many other generas. I love to read fictional books, and recently have begun to collect children's books. Especially focusing on obtaining all of my favorite books from my childhood! I love to spend time with my son, especially as he learns to love "booka's", I love to read with him! I love puzzles, and board games, and just spending time with family and friends as we talk for hours!

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon... well, I was born into the church. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, also known as "The Mormons." I was raised in the church all my life, learning the teachings of the gospel, and following them to the best of my abilities. My parents set a very great example for me as I watched them over the years in how to act and how to behave around others and behind closed doors. Even when I was on my own attending college these examples kept me strong. However, the more time I spent in the "real world" away from influence of my parents and family, I did make mistakes. I struggled in remembering why I chose to follow the teachings of the gospel and strayed from what I knew was the right way to live. But as time progressed, through the concerns of family and friends most especially my mother, I was able to realize that the way I was then living my life did not make me happy. That rebelling against what I was raised to believe wasn't the person I knew myself to be. It took a lot of time, prayer and study, but gradually I have come back to the "me" that I can believe in. The experience of failing to be "perfect" as hard as it was, helped me gain and understanding and testimony on my own. Not just relying on my parents for the truth, or any of those around me. I still struggle sometimes knowing that I made mistakes, but I look at my son and my husband and remember that most importantly as a member of this church I can live with them Forever through the blessings of the temple. And above all the worldly struggles that I may face, being with them and the rest of my family for eternity outweighs anything else that stands in my way. So I worked to hold strong to the gospel, my family and the truth. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I am currently a teacher in the Nursery. In the nursery each Sunday we have the children in our ward from the ages of 18 months to 3 years old! Caring and teaching for these sweet young individuals is a great blessing to me. As this also includes more time to spend with my son! They learn to socialize with each other, share and also learn of simple teachings of Christ. Which are taught at their level of understanding! I also visit teach a few women in the ward. Along with my companion, we try each month to visit our assigned women in their homes. To talk with them, bring a small message of love and encouragement, ensure that they are doing well, and assess if there are any temporal or spiritual needs as an individual or as a family. By taking on this role we each assist or church leaders in helping keep track of the needs and well being of our ward members. To me it is also a great time to get to know other members better, and often to make new friends! As someone who is also visited by another member of the ward, it is also nice just knowing that there is someone out there who worries and cares for you. Feeling loved is one of the greatest assets I believe we can have in this life. And I love to spread the wealth!