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Hi I'm Shacy Leigh

I'm a lover of silly faces, goofy dancing and laughter. I'm married to the love of my life. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm a current student at Utah State University, studying early childhood development and family community services. I love children and enjoy their pure love for life and learning. I don't have children yet, but I am excited for that day to come. My mother always told me being a mother is the greatest calling you'll ever have. I have a passion for leadership and enjoy the experiences it have brought to my life. More then anything I enjoy spending time with my husband and our families.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm not a mormon because my dad or mom told me to be when I was young. I'm not a mormon because I love sitting in church for 3 hours while all I can think about is how hungry I am. I'm also not a mormon because I think its the true church. I am a mormon because when I started following the commandments of the gospel, I was blessed with more happiness then I had ever felt. The Plan of Happiness is called that for a reason, it truly brings pure happiness and joy into our lives. At times living the gospel of Jesus Christ is challenging. I remember times in my youth when my family would be going out to a movie on the sabbath and I would politely decline out of respect of the Lord. Although those decision were hard at the times, the blessings that have come for being obedient have blessed my life truly. I love this gospel with all my heart, I am so grateful for sweet soul who had enough courage to invite me to come unto Christ in my youth, because the result is pure joy and happiness.

How I live my faith

I am current serving with the young women in the church and it have been such a blessing to learn from these amazing girls. I believe that we are called by God to serve those who truly need us and whom we need as well. Although I just left the young women's program only three years ago I am still learning from it. In my youth I didn't make my personal progress a priority and therefore didn't finish it. I have seen such a difference in my life since I have started working along side of the young women on my personal progress. There were things from personal progress that Heavenly Father wanted me to learn and I have been so blessed to receive a second chance to strengthen myself personally through the young women's program. The Lord truly know what we need and provides a way to receive it.