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Hi I'm Cambria

I am a Mormon!!!

About Me

I love to laugh and eat food! I have been a soccer player, dancer, tumbler, cheerleader, high jumper and ran the 100meter hurdles. I love the out doors and anything that involves spending time with those I love. I like to cook, sew, and make things with my hands. In junior high I took a wood shop class and was able to make a hope chest, shoe rack, and quilting frames for myself. I have quite a large family, 2 brothers, and 5 sisters. 5 of my siblings are married, All in the Temple. So I am bless to have amazing brothers and sister (In-law) as well. And last I have amazing parents that were married in the Salt Lake Temple and have taught me so well, and brought up a good family in the Lord.

Why I am a Mormon

As I was growing up, there were many times when I would wonder what this life was really about. I grew up in the LDS church and always, in any church or religion, or just throughout one's life. Some questioning does happen, and thats when true conversion or your search for those answer's come. It was at this point in my teenage years that I had a very powerful experience. I was at girls camp and ever year at girls camp we have a faith walk. A faith walk is an activity the Leaders (Mothers/wife's that have been called to teach the young women/teenage girls 12-18) and YCL's (youth camp leaders/Oldest of the young women 16-18) plan for the younger girls to build faith, it is a very spiritually activity and much planning goes into this specific activity. This specific year I was a YCL and this activity involved before we came to earth, during our earthly lives, and the after death when we would be reunited with our Father in Heaven. At the beginning of each segment there would be a play role act a leader and YCL would participate in. Almost like an introduction before the next faith building activity the girls would participate in. This specific act was before we came to earth. A leader acting almost as a coach before entering a big game or in this instance our earthly life was prepping the girls for the things they would experience and go through in this life. After she was finished their was a YCL who acted as one of the girls coming to earth. She expressed her fears and excitement of coming to earth, she knew it would be hard and that she would forget all that had come before. She then spoke to Heavenly Father asking Him not to let her forget. At this point in the faith walk the spirit was very strong and I began to ponder my own experience with Heavenly Father before I came to earth, and have often since pondered that moment before I was sent to earth. And I can testify to you, that when I have forgotten, He has reminded me. I love this Gospel, I know it is true!!!

How I live my faith

I am a church going, temple attending, tomato picking person. I live my faith by attending church every week, going to the temple as oft as I can, and being hard working. I am a CNA at a Rehab. Center and this requires me to work on sundays sometimes, this was very hard for me to get used to, but I find it very fulfilling helping the sick and elderly do their daily activities, because if I wasn't able to help them, they wouldn't be able to do those simple activities of daily living. This experience has made me very grateful for a health body and that I can do those simple things I take for granted everyday by myself. It has also given me some missionary opportunity's, that I haven't really been able to have growing up among a lot of LDS folk. And I love to answer questions and share what I know to be true. And I feel very blessed that my schedule is such that when I get off work, I am able to hurry home and then attend the rest of the remaining meetings. I love to attend the temple, it is such a place of strength and comfort and has been such a blessing in my own life. I have also served in many callings among the young women's group growing up. And am currently in the activities board in my singles ward, where we plan activities filled with food, fun and faith building activities as well that bring us together and build our testimonies in the Lord. I can think of many times growing up where my mom and dad would pack us all in the car and we would go to the widows in our ward or surrounding neighborhoods and sing songs about the Savior. I remember these times were especially times of testimony and I think, did more good for us kids than for the sweet widows. I also remember helping neighbors with yard work and cleaning houses. These times of service often came with unwilling hearts when our parents would tell us the activity for the night, but always ended in smiles and laughter as we all worked together. These are some of my greatest memories.