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Hi I'm Stephanie

I am a bee keeper, a crafter, and a Mother and Love it! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born into a good family, where my parents taught that Christ and family were all that we would ever need to be happy. I have had my share of trials, but through it all, the knowledge that Christ knows me and my pains personally have helped me over come every thing that I have faced, even things that I have felt were unnecessary trials has helped me be more understanding or help others.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born & raised in the LDS church. My parents have always been wonderful examples to me & have always taught me how to be happy through service, faith, and family. They never stopped expressing their love for me & for the church, but more importantly they're excitement to spend eternity together as a family. This has always been my personal goal- to have my own family & spend eternity together. I gained a solid personal testimony when I was very young through going to the Temple to preform baptisms for our dead. This testimony that I have knowing that our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, & the Holy Ghost, as well as being watched over & protected by family members who have passed on, is what I credit to getting me this far in life. If not for my strong testimony, My life would be much worse. I have had many trials in my life including an abusive previous marriage, life altering disease that most people don't go through until their 50's, and being told I would never bare healthy children- all within 5 years. Although the challenges in my life could have easily made me question the existence of my Heavenly Father and I could have made poor choices that made me happy in this life only. I have learned that you have to go through trial in order to really appreciate what the good is when you have it. Through my testimony, I kept making decisions that would only benefit my daughter and myself for the long term. Not long after I got my life back, I met & later married my eternal companion in the Temple. He is an amazing husband who treats me like a queen & our daughter like a princess. I am very grateful for this life that I have been given. I finally have the life I have always dreamed of & am ready to welcome eternity with open arms! I am Mormon because I know that this life is not the end, but a beginning to an eternity of exceeding Joy with our family & loved ones & a loving & compassionate Heavenly Father who's purpose is to see us, his children, happy and joyful.

How I live my faith

Every day that I go out, whether by myself or with my family, I try to be as positive and offer what help I can to others. I know that even the smallest kindness towards others will brighten their day and sometimes their life. I think even doing something that seems as simple as smiling and complimenting your cashier or waitress or whomever can not only brighten the person you show kindness too, but the people that they interact with that day as well and so on and so forth. I strive to be an excellent wife, mother, sister, daughter, and friend to those around me.