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Hi I'm Tasha

I am a commercial interior designer in Atlanta Georgia. I'm a wife and a mother. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived in Georgia almost my entire life. I grew up in south Georgia and after graduating from High School, I pursued a degree in Interior Design at Georgia Southern University. Four months after graduation, I married my high school sweetheart and we moved to Atlanta Georgia for me to accept a job offer. We now have a 15 month old son who brings pure joy to our lives. When we aren't working, I enjoy spending time outdoors, either backpacking, camping, biking or running. I also enjoy reading and cooking healthy meals for my family.

Why I am a Mormon

Although my two brothers and I were raised in the church by a very valiant mother, I had the choice when I went off to college to decide my spiritual future. I could never deny the spirit of truth I felt within the walls of the church, within the walls of the temple and even within the walls of my own home when I read and study the scriptures and prayed to my Heavenly Father above. When I moved to Atlanta for my first job offer after college, I made the decision that this would now be my religion and not just my mothers. Although I relied on my mother's testimony growing up, I know have one of my own that brings me peace and pure happiness. My life and my family's has been blessed repeatedly when I exercise faith and trust in the Lord and his will. And there is no greater peace I can find in such troubling times knowing where I came from, why I am here and where I am going after this earthly trial.

How I live my faith

One of my favorite parts of my church involvement is service projects. Whether they be planned events or impressions to help someone around me in need. Part of this service is I visit monthly with two sisters in the church. I pray for them and find opportunities to serve them and their families needs. I have grown to love my sisters like they are part of my own family and look forward to our visits.