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Hi I'm AngieKay

I grew up in the San Francisco Area.I was baptized when I was 35 in the ocean in Puerto Vallarta.I have 2 daughters.

About Me

I am a wife and mother of two daughters. I work full-time for the City. I love Reading,Beading,Hiking,Horseback Riding,Eating Healthy/Exercising and Helping Others. I was baptized Southern Baptist when I was 8 but didn't grow up practicing a religion. I always believed in Heavenly Father and in Jesus Christ and I always prayed and knew that I was being watched over. I grew up in Foster Care and was adopted when I was 18. My brother was adopted into the same family. We are very close. He is gay and I love him nonetheless. I graduated with a Bachelors degree from a California State University. I started a sorority in college that is still thriving and providing a place for women to belong. I am not perfect but I try everyday to make someone feel loved. I have a big heart and want to help people. Sometimes is backfires but that doesn't keep me from wanting to help. I love my in-laws and am so thankful that I married into such a wonderful and loving family. I'm very close with my biological maternal grandmother-She is my rock!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe in the restoration of the church that Christ had here on earth during the bible days. I know that this is Christ's church.

How I live my faith

I try to be a good example for my girls and husband. I may not be a perfect mormon but my girls know what it means to serve others and to have empathy and to lend a helping hand. For the past 6 months, we have had my half sister (whom I didn't know growing up) and her two children living with us. They left a very bad situation and came here never having prayed as a family and never having eaten dinner at a table as a family. We did our best to be good examples to them. My sister was baptized and her children thrived but unfortunately, she returned to the bad situation. We pray for them everyday! I know that this experience has taught my family many lessons especially how to love people unconditionally and how to serve others. We attend our services most Sundays and we pray together often. My girls love putting on our Family Home Evening and do an excellent job. It is very special for them. As I mentioned before, I am not a perfect Mormon...I struggle with the word of wisdom. I like coffee. I hope that my service toward others will somehow outshine my love for coffee.