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Hi I'm Angela K

I am beloved by my husband. I receive the adoration of 4 people on a daily basis. I am a Mormon!

About Me

I am a mother of three beautiful and rambunctious children. Having a family has always been important to me. I was raised in a loving home where I was taught correct principles of right and wrong with a reliance on Jesus Christ as my Saviour. I value my status of a mother and am grateful that I get to choose it over any other occupation that I could have chosen. My husband supports this decision and encourages me to be the best person I can be. Having active children is a good thing as I like to play sports (I thrive on the competition) and get dirty by playing outside. Reading books of many kinds is a favorite of mine. I enjoy experimentation in the kitchen, especially with baking (not so good for the waistline). Most of all I love good conversation that makes me stretch my mind. Before I had the privilege of being married and having a family I was involved in obtaining an education. This came formally through a degree and much more was garnered informally through my many experiences and interactions with others. Always I was learning more about myself - my strengths and my weaknesses; which frankly is an ongoing pursuit. I was single for many years before I met the man I chose to marry. I do not regret being single for so long as I know I married the man that is right for me and I am privileged to be a mother to three children whom I know need to be in my family.

Why I am a Mormon

My mother was raised in a different faith and was introduced to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints by my father. The blessing of having two parents with similar goals religiously has blessed the lives of their seven children. My mom has been an example of strength, as when she decided to be baptized a member of the LDS church her father kicked her out of his house. But she did not falter in her decision because she knew it to be true. This is an example of the fortitude I was raised with. Over time and through my own experiences the Spirit touched my heart to help me see the truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I have had numerous opportunities to remind myself of why I am a Mormon. Temptations and trials have not been absent through my life, but I have come to realize that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ I will be given strength and understanding in overcoming these things. I have been tremendously BLESSED in ways that I know I do not quite comprehend. To be a Mormon is a commitment, or Covenant(s), with God that I feel humbled to take part in. He is fully aware of who I am as His daughter and that brings a great deal of comfort that cannot necessarily be articulated. I know these things because I am a Mormon and the doctrine that is contained in scriptures.

How I live my faith

My faith is an everyday venture for me. I try to keep myself spiritually fed by reading/studying the scriptures to better understand how I can improve as a christian. I strive to teach my children proper respect for God through our prayers and in our speech with each other. I then have opportunities on a monthly basis to teach a class on various topics to a group of women. My involvement in my community focuses at home right now. I believe that as I focus on raising my young children up with a firm belief in God that when they are old enough to go out into the world they can contribute because of the good people they will have become.