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Hi I'm Tina

I am a mom to two beautiful children, a wife to one amazing guy, a contracted employee, a PTA President and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love cell phones and computers. They are my life line to getting things done. I like to be organized in everything that I do; from medical papers to my laundry room. I enjoy reading and chocolate. I love a clean house. I like to camp. I like to watch movies. I love cookbooks, just like my mom. Can't say I'm the best cook, but it is better than fast food. I make bread a lot, not because it is great, but because I am a perfectionist. I want to cook the perfect loaf. Someday, I will. I don't have a green thumb, but I WANT to plant a garden some day. I support my kids and my husband. They are my life!

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised a Mormon. My dad was a convert when he was a teenager and my mom had been a member all her life. I knew in my heart the gospel was true as I was growing up. When I graduated from high school, however, I went away to college and did not go to church. I don't really know why, other than I was trying to find myself. After two years, I decided to go home. That wasn't the life that I wanted. I began to go to church again. That is where I felt the most peace during those times of uncertainty and confusion. I have been attending church ever since. No looking back, just moving forward. Whenever I doubt, I am always blessed with a calm assurance that Christ is real and that my Heavenly Father loves and knows me, personally. It still isn't easy to navigate this life, but with Them by my side, I can receive peace and direction.

How I live my faith

I am part of a women's organization called the Relief Society. This is where we gather to learn, pray and help one another. I specifically am a secretary in a Relief Society Presidency. I keep minutes of meetings and keep the group somewhat organized. I also am assigned a few sisters in our ward to visit each month. This gives me the opportunity to meet, teach and help others.