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Hi I'm Adina

I love the outdoors. I am a mother and wife. I have a daughter with DS. I am a triathlete. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love being a mother. My husband and I have three children; one son and two daughters. I love the outdoors. Hiking, running, biking, kite boarding and boating. Our youngest daughter was born with down syndrome, and we have learned so many things through her. She is mostly such a joy, however we have experienced a lot of struggles and sorrow too. I am grateful for her special spirit, she teaches us daily about love. We love our community, our families and friends. We have a great network of love and support and we are so thankful.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe in Jesus Christ; I have a testimony of him. He lives, and I love him. I am grateful for his example and his teachings. I try to implement them in my everyday life-by being a wife, a mother, friend, sister, daughter, aunt. Life can be hard. I am so grateful for the guidance of our modern day prophet, and the gifts we receive after baptism. After we are baptized, we are promised that if we live the commandments of God and choose the right, we can have his spirit to be with us. This spirit can help lead us and guide us through life, teach us what is right. I have learned to be grateful for this gift, for it has brought me much peace throughout my life.I love the lifestyle of being Mormon. I have felt great joy and peace by staying close to what I know is true and choosing a clean lifestyle.

How I live my faith

I try to live what my parents taught me; to be honest with myself and others, and to serve others around me. I love working with the youth in my community. They have such talent and faith! It is great to share those things with each other. I love to teach them, however they teach me much more in return. Or maybe its the other way around? :)