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Hi I'm Aubree

I'm a wife and mother. I'm a piano and vocal teacher. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love music! It seems that everything in my life is connected with music. My 2 year old wakes up singing. I fell in love with my husband while he was singing to me. I sang the leads in the musical productions My Fair Lady and Guys and Dolls. I teach piano to beginners and I do a little vocal training as well. Music brings me and my family so much joy! And through music's inspired notes, I always feel closer to my Heavenly Father.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon my entire life. I have always believed that the gospel taught in my church is true, but when I was 20, an experience cemented the truth of it in my heart. I was having a religious discussion with a fellow class-mate. He was testifying of the truthfulness of his religion and I was testifying of the truthfulness of mine. It was a very confusing time for me. He had just as much conviction as I had. I went home and decided to write down what I believed. Still confused, I called my brother and shared my experiences with him. I asked if I could read to him what I had written, planning to share these beliefs with my friend. As I began reading my testimony aloud of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the prophet Joseph Smith, the restored gospel on this earth with Jesus Christ at it's head--a feeling arose from with-in me that testified that everything I was saying was true. After I finished reading my own words, I no longer believed that the gospel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was true--I knew it was true. Since that day I have never doubted.

How I live my faith

I love being a member of this church. I love that I have so many opportunities to serve others every week. I currently teach the young women in my congregation. They are beautiful and gifted young ladies. I learn so much from them, and I hope they learn something from me. They go through so many challenges in today's crazy world. So much is expected of them. I am always amazed and impressed when they stand up for what they believe in. When they choose to dress modestly in a world where that is not always popular or they choose to refrain from drinking and smoking---they prove that they are becoming incredible young adults. I also have the privilege of visiting with some of the most wonderful widowed or single elder women in my church. I love learning from them and about them. And I love that even though there is a great distance in age---our beliefs in the gospel are the same. I truly love being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.