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Hi I'm Camille Reeder Keller

I'm a wife and also the mother of four children. We live a country life in the state of Idaho. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I grew up in a very close family! Because of my father's job, we spent a lot of time moving around as a family. We spent time in Utah, Washington, California, Texas, and Canada. When I was just going to start high school, my parents purchased the family farm in Idaho, and moved us all back "home". The farm life was a great experience for our family. We were able to spend a lot of time working hard together, playing, and making memories. My parents have since sold the family farm, but my husband and I have remained in the small Idaho town and still call it home. We have four wonderful children, ranging in ages from 23 to 11. Our oldest daughter is married and lives nearby and our only son is serving a mission in California. We enjoy a lot of activities together. We live in a beautiful canyon and we're surrounded by the the beauties of nature and also a lot of great neighbors. I love where I live, and I can often be found driving my "ranger" around in the mountains and nearby areas.An adventure always awaits!!! I'm a stay at home mom and since my kiddos are getting older, I have found myself with more time to spend on my hobbies. I love working in my yard and watching things grow! I also love to create! It makes me happy to make something that didn't exist before, and I've learned that I can find perfection in imperfection.

Why I am a Mormon

I come from a long line of Mormons. My mother's side of the family joined the LDS Church in Denmark and my great grandfather came to Utah to be with other members of his faith. My father's side of the family has a very interesting pioneer heritage. My great-great-great grandfather joined the LDS faith in England. One by one he sent his children to America to join the other saints who were making the trek to Utah. He was finally able to make the trip himself, but didn't survive the elements and died along the way on the trek to Utah. The story of my family has been told and retold in many books and church literature. I was not even aware of this great legacy until I was an adult, and it has come to mean so much to me and has been a great strength to my testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. My testimony is strong! I know that my Heavenly Father loves me and that I am one of his beloved daughters. I know that Jesus is my Savior and that he died for me. I'm grateful for his example and his love! I know that the church has been restored here on the earth and it is such a blessing to me and my family. There will always be hard things and trials, but knowing that everything will be okay if we strive to do the things we know we should be doing, makes me happy!

How I live my faith

We live in an area where the majority of our friends and neighbors are LDS. It's nice to be surrounded by others who share our same value system, yet at the same time I LOVE to reach outside of my comfort zone to make and keep friends. I have been so blessed to have been surrounded my whole life by wonderful people of all backgrounds and with different experiences. I have found a lot of pleasure in serving in our church. I have been able to serve by sharing music, helping the little children, spending time with the youth, and currently I am serving in a leadership position over the women's organization. All of these experiences have helped me to grow and learn. With our son being on a mission right now, I am especially focused on the need to share my beliefs and let others know and understand how happy the beliefs of being a Mormon have made me and my family.