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Hi I'm Liz

I'm a lover of music, reading and traveling. I'm a wife, a mom, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to sing! Music makes me happy and brings me closer to my Savior. I love to read, and travel to places I have read about. I'm a mom to two beautiful daughters and an energetic son. I grew up in California and Florida, which means I love the ocean! I attended college in Utah where I studied Early Childhood Education. I also happened to meet my husband while in college. We have lived in Houston, New Orleans, Santa Barbara, Ithaca, Atlanta, and now Connecticut. I love New England and the four seasons, but especially spring and fall.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to parents who both joined the LDS faith when in their late teens. I was raised reading the Book of Mormon with my family, attending church, and having weekly family gospel lessons and activities. I have read the Book of Mormon for myself many times and each time I do I learn something new and gain a better testimony of the truthfulness of its words. When I listen to the prophet of God speak to us I feel the Spirit and know that I am where I need to be. Listening to sacred music and singing it as well always fills my soul with the Spirit of God. I am so grateful for my Savior, for His sacrifice for me, for the blessing of eternal families, for grace, and for the Book of Mormon. I wouldn't be where I am now without this knowledge.

How I live my faith

I feel closest to my Savior when I am attending church, reading my scriptures, visiting the temple, and listening to uplifting music. I currently work with the youth ages 12-13 in my church. I love spending time with them and helping them to learn and grow in their testimonies of the Savior and the gospel teachings. I try to be the best example to my children that I can be. Thank goodness for each new day to start fresh in the hope for a better me.