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Hi I'm Kelli

I'm a wife of 30 years, mother of 6, grammy of 2, Senior VP to over 10,000 consultants while working from home and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

As a lifelong member, I married a wonderful returned missionary in the AZ temple, just weeks after my 18th birthday. 30 years later, we have 6 amazing children; 5 daughters, and 1 son. We are also blessed with 2 incredible son-in-laws and 2 beautiful grandsons. While the last 30 years have been full of fun, laughter, adventure, joy and happiness, there have also been many moments of sadness, hurt, disappointment, tears and despair. I haven't experienced tragedy through the loss of a spouse, parent or child. I haven't suffered a major illness or had that affect my family, so I don't know that depth of sorrow and hope that I don't. Life is hard enough just getting through the normal everyday craziness. But is't my craziness and I love it, live it, laugh and pray through it and embrace the beautiful blessings that God has given me. In my 20's & 30's, as most women do, I put allot of things I needed on the back burner just trying to get through each day. Now, in my late 40's I try to live each day to the fullest. I've finally learned, to appreciate (not love) exercise and good health. I know it's my duty to be good to the body God has given me so that I might use it to work and serve in His kingdom. I love adventure, travel, reading and trying new things. I am so grateful the opportunities my home based career has given me. It has been my college of choice the past 14 years. I can't wait to see where the next 40 years takes me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I want the eternal blessing of the next life that are mine through the sealing powers of the temple. I know that the work preformed there is sacred and vital to those blessings because it's a work of love and service to all of God's children both living and dead. I cherish the relationships I have built through this church, school, community, neighbors and my business. In a blessing given to me in my youth I was told that I "would be surrounded by a myriad of friends throughout my life". I know that It is only the relationships that we build here on earth that really matter. It is all we can take with us into the next life. I've learned that when I judge others unrighteously, the Lord teaches me by giving me the opportunity walk in their shoes so that I can gain love and empathy and understanding. I always seem to choose the hard way to learn lessons. Instead of praying for others to change and "see the light" as I think they should, I've learned to pray for the Lord to change my heart so that I might see and love others as He sees them. It's a much better road to travel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith simply by trying to follow Christ's example of kindness, love and bearing one another's burdens. I'm not always good at it but I strive to be that kind of person. I was just released from working with the primary aged children in our ward and I loved it. I am currently serving on our stake girls camps staff. We work for months to plan a 4 day summer girls camp experience that will help young women, ages 12-17, come to know and love their Savior, Jesus Christ, on a greater level. There is a wonderful spirit when we are out in the beautiful nature God has created. It allows us to be more receptive to the spirit and appreciate God's love for each or us. I am grateful to have this chance to serve in this calling at this time