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Hi I'm Tiffany

I'm a wife to a member of the military, a mother to a special needs child. I love music, cooking, food storage, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife to a member of the military and a future Chaplain. I have one child who has developmental delays. We enjoy each and every day together knowing we are an eternal family. I enjoy my children and enjoy being around them while serving in my calling as Primary chorister. I also am the ward chorister and love teaching my children to play and enjoy wholesome music in their lives. I am not very crafty, but enjoy creating. I enjoy food. Making it eating it and storing it. I plan to further my education in the scholastic world, but at this time I am working to further my education in the scriptures by taking institute classes. I have a growing admiration for my Father in Heaven and my Savior, the more I study and come to Know the words and works of God. Mostly, I am a daughter of God and a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints all my life, and choose to continue with the things that I have learned; because I chose at an early age to follow my Savior in all that I did. I remember when I decided this. I was in Primary. I was singing a song at the pulpit and remember feeling the overwhelming comfort of the Holy Ghost and I never wanted that to leave me. I can honestly say, that I have stayed true to that promise to myself. I have never tried smoking, drank, had premarital relations, or anything that I can say would burden my soul. My parents taught me to believe in who I am and to cherish that. I honor myself by honoring my Father in Heaven. I am happy. I struggle in trials just as everyone does, but I have a firm foundation and know that He is always there for me. I know these things to be true, and that's why I can be a wife of a Member of the military, a mother to a special needs child, and serve in my callings in the church. I am committed to this life and committed to my Father in Heaven for sending me a Savior, so I can return home to Him.

How I live my faith

I wake up every morning to blurred vision and smeared make up, but can't wait to fall on my knees and give thanks that I woke up. Prayer is my anchor. Scripture study is my cane, and service is my air. I am never as happy as I would like to be unless I am serving. I find that as I serve I am not as stressed out. I make sure to squeeze who ever and whatever into my schedule if there is a need. The amazing thing is, it works out! I accomplished what I wanted to and more. Living my Faith comes mandatory to me. My calling is with the primary children and sometimes I can feel like I have missed out, but as I serve above and beyond my primary calling, I am able to help all ages, genders and faiths. It doesn't matter to me where you are on the your road of life. You'll need a hand to hold, an ear to listen, and a shoulder to cry on. "I'll walk with you, I'll talk with you. That's how I'll show my love for you." And that's what I believe as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.