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Hi I'm Suzanne

I'm a wife and mother who loves to bake. I live in the country. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Southern California and graduated from college there. After college my husband and I moved to his family's cattle/chicken ranch in the rural South. We raised one daughter who is now pursuing her career and we have one son that is still at home. Living on a lot of land we have many pets and horses and are able to enjoy the outdoors easily.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm so glad I have the restored gospel of Jesus Christ in my life because it truly gives my life meaning. I know who I am, where I am going and what I need to do to one day live in the presence of God again. I love the scriptures and how they along with personal revelation, give me answers to any of lifes problems. How grateful I am for Mormon missionaries who knocked on my mother's door when I was three years old and asked her if she wanted to hear a message they had to share. I'm thankful she let them in and followed her heart and got baptized. I know my life has been blessed because of one right and important decision she made. I am also grateful that my husband and I have taught our children about Christ's restored gospel and atonement and that we can repent and be forgiven of our sins. Yes, I'm a Mormon and I love it.

How I live my faith

When my husband told me how far away the church building he grew up going to was from his home, I said "that's too far, I wouldn't go if I have to go that far". I was half joking and half serious, well after 3 years of marriage I got to find out how serious my faith was because we moved to the place he was from. We drive 35 miles each way to church but there is never a question in my mind each week if I should go or not. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ and serving on his behalf and in his name is a privilege. I have worked in the church with youth, babies, and women which has been fulling and rewarding on so many levels but especially spiritually.