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Hi I'm Michelle

I grew up in Arizona. I am a Mom, a Wife, a Student, a Gardener, Love to Cook, Love to be Crafty and I am a Morman.

About Me

I am a mother of three wonderfully crazy children and am a wife to my best friend. I love to do anything crafty and love to share my knowledge of Gardening with anyone interested. I am currently taking classes online so that I can become a teacher. I volunteer at a school where I teach children about the importance of Gardening and how to garden. I love my family and believe in self sustainability.

Why I am a Mormon

As a child I always knew that the church was true, I was baptized at the age of 10. As a teenager, my testimony was still strong, although rebellious at times. As an adult, my testimony is stronger than ever. Why am I a Mormon? Because it is what I believe in. Not just pieces here and there, but everything as a whole. It is who I am. No matter what trials and tribulations the Lord has given me, my testimony has never wavered. I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I have the wonderful opportunity to teach all of the children ( ages 4 to 12) church music. Ever year, our ward (the group of people I go to church with at our given time) has what is called a primary program. The children conduct a program in which they speak and sing about the topic that we had learned this year. This year it was "I Know The Scriptures are True". I was so scared that the children wouldn't know all of the words to the songs and that the program would be a complete failure. The very last practice that we had did not go very well and I went home feeling as tho I had failed in teaching the children the songs that they were supposed to have learned. On the afternoon of the program, I arrived at the church early and took my seat in the pews (where the children would be able to see me conduct.) I was very nervous and as the bishop announced the primary to begin, I felt uneasy. As the children began to sing, my heart became unburdened and I felt a sense of gratitude towards the children for the hard work they had put into the program. After the program, I had so many people tell me what a wonderful job the children did and that it was the best program they had ever attended. I am so grateful for the opportunity I have to teach the children the music.