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Hi I'm Ang

I've been a Mormon all my life...and everybody knows it! :)

About Me

I am a healthy, active 32 year old wife and mother of 4 and 1/4 kids. I love to read and I'm not particularly picky about what I read, so long as it's clean. I love to be outside in the summer or the winter...I love the winter. I honestly enjoy my children and almost everything that comes with them. :) I don't mind housework, love to cook and can't bake to save my life. Something about following recipes and all that. We have four pets in our house and no plants. Green things and I do not get along, but at least I'm always the last one standing. I have not had a chance to finish my degree in English that I started before I got married but I hope to finish one day, probably online considering my family just keeps getting bigger. Not to mention getting a jump on all the other degrees I've decided to get now that I've had 12 years to think about it. I have good days, and I have bad days and when all is said and done, I just hope the good outweigh the bad. As long as there are always cookies and brownies on hand, I should be able to handle it.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm actually a Mormon partially because I was born a Mormon. My mother was not born a Mormon and, therefore, always encouraged her kids to look in to other religions. She wanted us to make our decisions for ourselves. As a kid, I was never comfortable in any other church and actually had a few really negative experiences in other churches. As I got older and I learned to study and ponder the scriptures myself and I learned to pray and seek personal revelation, I gained a testimony for myself. I knew that the church was true, and I still know it. I grow closer to my Savior through my own obedience and understanding. I love the scriptures, I love the Book of Mormon and the more I learn about the gospel, the more my testimony grows and the more I want to remain a member of this church.

How I live my faith

I live my faith, like most people, every day...one day at a time...the best I can. I strive to be a good example of what I know to be true. I try to serve in every way I can in my church and in my community. I have served in the church teaching children, serving and helping the women of the church and teaching the members of my church and community about the importance of Family History work. I have served in my community in various volunteer capacities and through donations to public libraries and shelters whenever I can. I teach my children the importance of studying the scriptures and praying to Heavenly Father every day to help them make good choices and be kind and helpful to others. I hope that they will remain righteous and be a blessing to the communities they live in.