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Hi I'm Sarah

I'm a Mormon

About Me

I grew up on an acreage just south of Calgary, Alberta Canada. I grew up involved in athletics from a young age. I loved basketball most of all and eventually took a full scholarship to play at a Division 1 school in Sacramento California, fulfilling a dream I had since I was a child. I also competed in track and field. A new coach my sophomore year eventually made me decide: would I compete on Sundays or find a new team. I ended up being received by BYU and red-shirted a year there for them, as that kind of a transfer requires. I played with them after the season ended on a trip to Europe which was a dream come true. However, while in Europe, I felt very strongly that I should serve a mission. I was called to serve in Fiji. After my mission, I married my husband Francesco Mosaico and I finished my BYU degree at the University of Alberta, as a visiting student. I then completed Graduate School for Speech-Language Pathology. We have a little boy, Lorenzo, who is turning one this April. I have had a very diverse set of experiences in my life, but I find the greatest peace and satisfaction in my current phase of life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was lucky enough to be introduced to the gospel as a child. I decided to follow counsel to find out for myself if what I had been learning is true. Over years of experiences with living gospel principles, I have see their truthfulness and their beauty. I have seen miracles and had experiences that have proven my early steps of faith worthwhile.

How I live my faith

My faith is central to all I do. I currently work at home with my son to help build a strong foundation for his life. I focus on my husband, family and others in my circle of influence and make careful plans to serve and reach out to them in love. Continuous learning is important to me. I continue to study in my field of training, I continue to learn the language of my mission, Fijian. I continue to study the gospel of Jesus Christ. I continue to learn piano pieces to renew my old skills, I make goals to learn new skills. I am trying to continue my healthy and active lifestyle. I learn ways to better manage my home. I try and create a household of strength, which helps my husband to focus on his work: as a physician in the inner-city and as a volunteer teacher to the teenagers of our church congregation. In this way, my work becomes his and his work, mine. My work is not as visible as my past work, but it is rewarding and valuable.