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Hi I'm Pam

I am a Happy Wife and Mother, I love life, I am a Mormon

About Me

I am a Fantastic Homemaker!. I have 4 children, 2 daughters 2 Sons. My oldest daughter graduated from BYU-Idaho and is working for the LDS church. 2nd daughter also graduated from BYU-Idaho and is married and teaching Special needs pre-school. Oldest son served in the Hungary Budapest Mission, has married and is attending BYU. My youngest son is serving in the Oregon Eugene Mission. My favorite thing to do is eat out! I play the piano and enjoy cooking treats and mowing the lawn! I LOVE being a Wife and Mother. I have been married for 28 years and love life! I am optimistic and Happy!

Why I am a Mormon

Because I was born of goodly parents who taught and lived the Gospel. It feels like "home" to me. The truths and values keep me at peace with myself and brings lasting joy. Our home is filled with the spirit of our Savior and much happiness and peace is felt here. I know that families are so important. Through living the gospel and making conevants in the temple our family can be togehter forever. I know we are led by an man called by our Heavenly Father. Thomas S, Monson is a prophet of God. He is our "watchman" on the tower. He knows what is coming our way and if we listen and heed his warnings and teachings we will be protected and blessed. Our Heavenly Father knows us personally, he knows our names and will bless us when we keep His commandments. I have been so blessed in my life. The book of Mormon truly testifies of our Savior Jesus Christ. I know it is true.

How I live my faith

I love living the Gospel of Jesus Christ it bring great peace and lasting joy. I serve in the Relief Society and as a ward missionary. I love sharing my testimony and being an example. Reading the Book of Mormon and saying my prayers helps me to live as I should. I know my Savior lives and loves me.