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Hi I'm Angela

I was born and raised in southern California. I am going to school to become a special Ed. teacher.

About Me

Growing up in a place where the sunshine and good weather never seem to end is a big part of who I am. At the tender age of six I was driving dune buggies and loving the out doors. My family loves to go camping and has many wonderful memories of spending time together in the sand dunes. We are and where a family that enjoyed our time together. One very import lesson I learned from my mother and father is to work hard. I have had many jobs. I have worked at Theme-parks (Knotts Berry Farm & Disneyland), insurance offices, child care services, fast food corporations, customer service, English department Secretary at a local college, and finally as an in Home Care Provider. All these experiences I feel have shaped me and helped me to grow. Yet, I would not call any of these positions of employment a career. My log term goal is to finish school and become a communication disorder specialist. Working and teaching children with communication difficulties. Life is a wonderful gift so why not help another in the process to enjoy this life as well.

Why I am a Mormon

Being a member of this faith and of this work when done is the right way, has a way of taking fear out of life. The gospel of Jesus Christ has giving me more opportunities and experiences than any other force for good every will. It has given me courage to do the hard things in life. It has taught me responsibility by instruction and council rather then guilt and force. it has allowed me to understand who I am, what I can do and what I can become. I really believe that it has taught me a successful way to live my life. A patten of life that will not be easy but a pattern that will lead me to be honest and true, a pattern that if followed to the best of my ability will allow for true growth and achievement.

How I live my faith

Being a " Mormon" to me means following Christ and his teachings. I don't profess to be perfect in every way, and I acknowledge that I struggle day to day on how to follow him in the best way. I forget sometimes to say my prayers and read my scriptures, yet I know I have felt my saviors love in my life. I know he is aware of me and I have felt him close when I have needed him the most. I have seen my prayers answered, and I acknowledge that he has worked through me to help and support others. In addition I know he has sent others to help me and comfort me in times of need. I live my faith by the small and simple things I do.I truly believe that it is by small is simple ways that the lord God in all is power and glory brings to pass the greatest of blessing to us all.