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Hi I'm Amy

I'm a wife and a working mom who loves to read, sing, play and create. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a home of love, support and faith. I try to echo that nurturing I received as a child in my own home today. I have a loyal and honorable husband and together we have two amazing children and a third on the way. I have learned more about love, sacrifice and God through my family, than anywhere else. While I work outside the home, being a mother is a role I consider divinely given and I cherish it. Losing my own mother to cancer almost two years ago has shown me even more clearly what a vitally important job this is. While losing my mother is the greatest loss I have experienced in my life, it is clear to me that my mother took her role seriously and irreversibly instilled in me everything I will need to move forward in my own role without her. I strive to make my family my first priority as they are my eternal plan.

Why I am a Mormon

While I was raised as a Mormon, my testimony has come gradually. God knows me so well and continually provides me with mostly small, but also great reminders that He is there. I experience small blessings all the time that simply make my life happy even if I don't have "everything" by wordly standards. I have also felt the greatest peace and comfort from my Heavenly Father in the lowest and most difficult times in my life. I am a Mormon because when I follow my faith, I feel good. Everything about it brings peace to me and that's all I need.

How I live my faith

My responsibility at church is teaching the 4&5 year old children each Sunday. Everyone talks about the pure spirits of children that it may sound insincere, but it is so true. They have taught me about charity, forgivness, humility and a million other Christ-like traits I hope to develop in my life. I love being a part of the women's organization in our church that gives me the opportunity to learn from and with all different kinds of women who share one common goal. I try to live my faith by being the person I say I am. I am not perfect, but each day I try to be a little better than before. That is really all that has been asked of me.