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Hi I'm Maegan

I grew up in Spring, Texas playing volleyball, and sweating in the heat. I now enjoy 7 kids of my own in Utah and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated in American Studies and am lucky to stay home full time to raise my kids. I love exercising and playing volleyball and watching my kids play sports. My husband and I love going out on dates to the movies. One thing I look forward to each week is a day at the park with my kids and my friends. One thing I dread most is making dinner! Help! Every day is a challenge and ends in failures of all kinds, so I am so grateful for the blessing of a new chance with each tomorrow. So much life, so little time!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon first of all because it is a gift from my ancestors. Their legacy of faith has been handed down through sacrifice and dedication to covenants and promises they have made. I have chosen to accept their gift, live this faith and pass it on to my children because of the joy and protection it provides. I have found that living the Gospel of Jesus Christ makes be better and makes me happy. It keeps me safe from so many choices that lead to sorrow and pain in life. We are all part of the same existence, and my choices have a direct influence on the happiness of those I live with and love most. As I choose to live my faith I am providing the best experience and foundation I can for my kids. The Savior knows and loves each of us and as we make Him part of our lives, our lives get better.

How I live my faith

I am so lucky to spend a portion of each week serving young women in my community. We have activities to better ourselves, support one another and have ridiculous amounts of fun. I also love the community of women I get to associate with on a scheduled park day each week or occasional nights playing volleyball once all our responsibilities have been put to bed for the day.