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Hi I'm Tiffany

I'm a wife, I'm a mother, I'm a PTO secretary, I'm a writer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I moved to Southern California after my parents devorced. My mom remarried before I was three. I'm the youngest of ten. I grew up hanging out at the beach in the summer and playing in the mountains in the winter. I love the outdoors, and look forward to a summer camping trip. My husband and I have been married for almost ten years. We love to play games and watch movies. I have 3 wonderful children who keep me running all over the house. I volunteer at their school, trying to stay involved as much as possible. I started writting my first noval two years ago when I joined ANWA. They are great LDS women who keep me inspired and motivated to find time to use the talent my Lord gave me.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a member of The Church of Jesuse Christ of Latter Day Saints. I loved the the values and friendship it presented to me as a youth. I found my own testimony of Joseph Smith and the restoration on the Gossple my senoir year in high school. To have the full gossiple in my life has helped me survive the trials the world throws into my lap. It there to brighten my joy when things are going smooth. I love the reminders it gives me of my Father in heaven and my elder brother who, through the atonement, understands everything I have gone through, and things that are waiting in my path. With the Holy Ghost I will endure happily to the end.

How I live my faith

I'm work with the sisters 18years and older. I'm the Secretary in the persidency. I help plan and organize activities for the women. If there is any emergancy that arrises I'm there with other members of my presidency to help assist in any way we can, or pass the information on to the Bishop for the preisthood help. I love working with the Sisters in the ward. It is a great way to meet those who had just moved in, and a great way to strangthen my friendship with those I have known for years. I Love the oppertunity to meet so many wonderful women.