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Hi I'm Caitlin

I love the outdoors!! I live in a small town in Wyoming. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I went to BYU in Provo for college and graduated in Finance. That's where I met my husband Mark :) He was the funny loud guy and I was the shy new girl in our apartment complex. He brought out the adventurous side in me. We love to rock climb, ride dirt bikes, camp, hike, go shooting, and just spend time outside. I always grew up close to the city, but Mark got a job in a small city, population 1200, so now we live small town and love it! I'm pregnant with my first right now after 3 years of marriage. I've loved the person I've become after marrying my husband, and I'm so excited to see how much I will grow after becoming a mother. I think the more selfless we become, the more we will find ourselves and who we really are. I think it's also when I have experienced the most joy.

Why I am a Mormon

This gospel is loving, forgiving, kind, and everlasting. It has brought me the most joy. I love that we can have a personal relationship with Heavenly Father. I love that he trusts us with so much knowledge of His plan. I love that we have so many daily things like prayer and scripture study to keep us close to God. I love that someone will always love me and is cheering for me to keep progressing. Heavenly Father is always so ready to forgive. I love that there is hope to get over mistakes and become better.

How I live my faith

I teach the 6 year olds in my ward with my husband. They are definitely a handful, but I love to see the little kids grow. They soak in so much information and are so eager to learn and please. I learn so much from their bright cheery personalities while I strive to teach them about their loving Heavenly Father. I also visit teach 4 women in my ward. I've always been a little shy or worried about bugging people, but I've learned everyone needs a friend. If you ever error, it should be on the side of being too friendly rather not interacting with others. Girls love to talk, and anyone can always benefit from one more listening ear or even a shoulder to lean on.

What is the Relief Society?

Relief Society is an organization focused on helping woman reach their potential as daughters of God, as wives, and as mothers. When I was first old enough to go to relief society at age 18, I didn't understand why it was compromised of young single woman all the way up to great grandmothers, but I have learned so much and felt so much love from the older sisters. We learn from each other and benefit so much as we share experiences from all our different stages in life. Relief Society isn't just a meeting on Sunday. It's a group of women who constantly strive to become better, strengthen our families, and lift each other's burdens through our actions every day. Show more Show less