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Hi I'm Rashae

I call Arizona my home. I'm loud and laugh a lot! I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Singing, crafting, traveling and playing sports (softball, volleyball and tennis) is what I love! I've lived in 4 states throughout my 31 years of life from California, to New York and Utah to Arizona! I graduated with a Bachelor's in Elementary Education and Early Childhood. I taught First Grade for two years and now am just Substituting. I am married to my husband Brian and we just had our first year anniversary! :) We are expecting our first child, a boy in March.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Mormon religion. I moved a lot growing up and family is all I had at times moving from school to school, being the new kid. Family is very important to me. I want to be able to live with them after this life. That's what is taught in our church and how amazing it is to know that we can be a forever family and it's through Christ that this is possible.

How I live my faith

We get the opportunity to serve each other in many different ways in the church. I enjoy being able to help and uplift others when I can. I feel the love of Christ in my heart when I do this and try to put my cares and worries aside, putting others first.

What is being a Mormon like?

Rashae
It is great! We have fun. There are many activities we can participate in the church where we can get to know each other better. Activitives where we play, serve, eat, and learn about our Savior. We have high standards that we live by. I've heard people say that maybe living with high standards, there'd be no room for fun, or exploring or freedom. It is just the opposite. I feel I have much more freedom and have more fun living with higher standards than the world sets. I am able to feel my best, do my best and know I'm being a responsible citizen, friend and person. Show more Show less