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Hi I'm Carlee

I'm a happily married Senior Team Lead at a Utility Management company, I'm a lover of life and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently a sugar mama; putting my husband through his last year of college before we head off to Graduate School. I graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Speech Language Pathology. I love to play competitive volleyball, eat almonds, and spend time with my fabulous husband. My husband and I have been married for 5 years and do not have any children. We have struggels with infertility. Through this, I have learned to have empathy for others and faith in God's timing which has given me peace and a lot of happiness where I'm at in life.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because everything about the church is focused on serving others like Jesus Christ did and on building up strong families. The world needs more kindness, stronger marriages, more peace, more happiness, better family relationships, more comfort, and more reassurance that each person on this earth has a purpose and God has a plan for them. Being a Mormon has given this to me and has truly made me so happy in my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through striving to live a life of kindness and compassion toward others. Our church is a very Christ centered church. Something that has always stuck with me through my life is how compassionate and loving Christ was to others no matter what walk of life they came from. We all have various backgrounds and we all have struggles in life and it's a comfort to me to know that Christ knows everything about you and me and is compassionate toward us in times of trials and when we make mistakes. I serve in our church as the leader of the women of my congregation. I have seen time and time again how involved God is in our lives and how he helps us when we're going through trials. It is a comfort to know we are never alone.