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Hi I'm Michelle

I'm a busy wife and mother of four and I like to run and bicycle in my free time. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a full time wife and mother to four children, ages 13 to 4. I spend my days taking care of my home and family and trying to squeeze in a little time for myself. Being a stay at home mother is sometimes an overwhelming and thankless job, but I know it's the most important thing I could be doing right now. My hobbies include travelling and going on adventures with my family, running, biking, and hiking. I also enjoy cooking, paper crafting and reading. There just isn't enough time to do all the things I love to do!

Why I am a Mormon

Through the gospel of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, I have come to understand that I am a child of God. My Saviour and elder brother Jesus Christ loves and cares for me. He has never let me down and has been there when things have been so very tough. The love of Jesus Christ gives me peace in this turbulent world and joy in day to day living. My sister died very suddenly and tragically at the age of seventeen. The gospel gives me a knowledge that I will see her again because we will be together as an eternal family. I miss her and I want her to meet my children.

How I live my faith

I try to follow the Saviour's plan. I talk to my Heavenly Father each day in prayer. I try to slow down and be present in the moment. I want to be kind and loving to those around me and help those who are in need. Each day I strive to be a patient and loving wife and mother (which isn't always easy!) At church, I work with the girls of my congregation, ages 8-11. My oldest daughter is part of this group which makes it particularly rewarding. We meet every other Friday to learn a new skill or gospel principle. I've grown to love the girls and I'm grateful for the opportunity to work with them and watch them grow.