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Hi I'm Savannah

I grew up in Arizona, but currently live in Pennsylvania. I am a stay at home mom. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

So hobbies and interests, I have just a few! I love drawing, painting, photography, I'm a beauty school dropout, but still do lots of hair, and most recently have taken up wood working. If I can figure out how to do it myself, I am really happy. I have 4 soon-to-be 5 kiddos and really love being a mom...almost always. My only son has Autism, something I feel the Lord prepared me my entire life for.

Why I am a Mormon

I am so grateful to have the church in my life. I chose to live without it right after I left home when I graduated high school. I have seen the contrast, it really does feel like night and day. I am happier with the gospel in my life. I love knowing that I can be with my family forever. That is the biggest reason for me, I love my family. I love my children, I want them to be as happy as possible. I know my relationship with my husband is a happy and successful one because we both try to live the principles of the gospel. We try to be like the Savior and it brings the peace and joy of a happy home. When I do have struggles, when things seem to just go wrong, I know I am not alone. I have the knowledge of Heavenly Father's plan for me, I know we are here to be tested. I know we are here to learn and to grow and through trials we do. I also feel as though I avoid many trials because of the lifestyle my religion requires me to lead. I am grateful everyday for that. I know the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ. I gain a greater knowledge of the love He has for us by reading it on a regular basis.

How I live my faith

I am currently in charge of the fun meetings the women of our church in our area hold every few months. I get to plan our HUGE craft night coming up in October, which is always a blast. I previously worked with the children of our church, teaching and learning with them. I visit two wonderful women who attend our congregation every month. We call this "Visiting Teaching" but it's mostly visiting honestly. It is one way we can watch over each other through this program and help uplift one another.