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Hi I'm Treasure

I am an extreme couponer, a photographer, a mom, I craft and bake and I love to travel! I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a country girl at heart that loves the ocean. I am a creative soul with lots of outlets. I enjoy photography, picture framing, scrapbooking, crocheting, cooking/baking, among others and love to learn new things. I am a wife and a mother. I have traveled extensively across the US and camped in many of our National Parks.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I was baptized over 4 years ago now. Prior to joining the church, I had no formal religion. I "church shopped" occasionally in my adult life, but never "felt" anything was right. My husband took a sick day once (first one in 15 years of employment) and it was this exact day that the Missionaries came knocking on our door. He chatted with them for quite some time, and invited them to come back. After a few visits, I finally had the chance to meet them ( I was always at work when they came). From the moment I was introduced to these wonderful Missionaries, I "felt" something. I could not pinpoint what it was, but eagerly waited until the next time they would come over. We continued to invite them to our house to chat, and asked them more questions that I can count. Every question I asked they had an answer to, and could show me the text evidence of that answer in the Bible. With each and every answer this "feeling" I had grew stronger and became more noticeable. Then, at the conclusion of one of our chats, one of the Missionaries asked me if I would take the Book of Mormon, and read a section, and then pray. They asked me to pray to Heavenly Father with an open and honest heart, and ask Him if what I was reading was true or not. I did just that, and from the moment I opened the Book of Mormon and began reading I knew what I was reading was true and founded in the Faith of Jesus Christ. I have since learned what that "feeling" was that I was having, and am so thankful for the Missionaries that knocked on our door! That feeling was the Holy Ghost letting me know that He was there with me, and that I was no longer alone. That "feeling" is still with me today, and grows stronger each and every day I continue to keep my covenants made during my Baptism. I know the decision I made to get baptized was the most important decision I will ever make in my life. I know it, because I "feel" it.

How I live my faith

I am a compassionate person, and try to reflect this in my daily life. I believe that "walking the walk" is an important part of living my faith. I believe what I do and what I say matters to our Heavenly Father. I am accountable for my actions and knowing the actions I take now may impact others, helps to keep my grounded. I have a son, and I know the things he learns in church and at home are things that he will carry with him throughout his life. Knowing the things he learns are based on our Faith in Jesus Christ makes me feel proud as his parent that I am giving him a firm foundation in life. I try to be the best example I can be and know that when I make a mistake, the Atonement of our Savior Jesus Christ makes it possible for me to be forgiven.

What is the Relief Society?

To me, the Relief Society is the place where I get to meet with, and become friends with, other women. Women who share the same values and beliefs as me. Women who want to help others, with a purpose. Women who become your best friends, women who would do anything for you..and who do. Women you can talk to and share with and cry with, women who are kind, and loving and understanding, and non-judgmental.Women, in short, who I want to be around! Show more Show less