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Hi I'm Rosalia

I grew up in Seattle, Washington USA. I am a retired fitness professional. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love running and working out. I spent 30 years in a gym helping others reach their fitness goals. I spent 18 years learning Ballet. I have taught dance and performed in college performance teams. I love to hike and travel. I am a mother to 6 children and a grandmother to 13 grandchildren. I enjoy Disneyland with the family.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have felt the spirit of the Lord witness to me while reading the Book of Mormon what I am reading is true and right. I have fasted, prayed, and received a confirmation that Joseph Smith is a Prophet of God and has restored His church to the earth in preparation for the Lord's second coming. I love going to the temple and feeling the spirit of the Lord there each time I enter. Throughout my life I have been blessed by paying a tenth of my income back to God. I can't imagine my life without those blessings. Even though I was born into a mormon family my conversion came as a 16 year old girl when I felt the spirit of the Lord confirm to me that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is His church. It was a very profound and powerful experience that I have never forgotten.

How I live my faith

I have loved working with teenage girls helping them learn survival skills, build friendships, and grow confident in their relationship with their Heavenly Father. I love bringing dinners to my neighbors when needed and organizing activities to get to know my neighbors better. Being a visiting teacher has been a privilege. It allows me to visit monthly with women in my church assessing needs so I can help lift their burdens and talk about the gospel of Jesus Christ. I find joy and peace in reading the scriptures. I love researching my ancestry and have found handwritten journals, family pictures, and places where they were born, lived, and died. This research has connected me with people who through their choices and sacrifices helped define who I am today.