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Hi I'm Stacy

I love all things crafty. I love to read and write. I am a mother and a wife. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of two daughters. We homeschool, and while yes, it is very challenging, I wouldn't have it any other way. I love to read, write, make crafts, and have fun as a family. My favorite things to study at the moment, besides history, is creating a strong family. I love teaching my daughters to love God, Family, and Country. My family is my passion, and the gospel makes it that much better.

Why I am a Mormon

As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints we believe in life after death, that families continue beyond this life and that we can be together forever. Knowing this truth helps me continue to stay strong in His gospel. So many hardships can and do come in this life. I know that because of Jesus' Atonement that all will be made right in the end. This has brought so much comfort to me. It helps my faith stay firm and focused on what really matters. His gospel helps me see the happiness in life even when it feels like there is none. It is always worth fighting for. I know that as I keep the commandments, His commandments, that He will bless me. It may not be right away, but that does not matter. What matters is that I stay firm in the faith always, and help others along the way.

How I live my faith

As a family we go to church each Sunday, we read scriptures every evening, and we pray together everyday. As part of our homeschooling, in the morning we hold a morning devotional. We read a scripture story, and recite a scripture verse. Doing this first thing in the morning helps the day go so much more smoothly. In my ward my calling is to teach the young women, ages 14--15, and so every other week I get to prepare a lesson for them on a gospel topic. And with the older women in my ward, ages 18+, I get to participate in quarterly activities. Getting to know the women in my neighborhood has blessed my life so much as we reach out to each other and serve.