My name is Heather W Hoyt. Dillon Hoyt married me over ten years ago and now we have two girls and two boys. I come from a large family and I love getting together and playing games with them. Family time is the most important time.

I’m studying managerial economics as a post-baccalaureate student after getting a degree in English and philosophy. I really want to go to graduate school someday. Reading is constant for me.

I have an identical twin sister, I am left-handed, and I am over six feet tall–but I don’t feel like I’m that unusual.

My husband and I are renovating my grandparent’s home in the mountains. Grandpa built the house into the hillside with a spring for the water in the back room and no bedrooms. I consider myself a minimalist, and I always will choose function over form.

I have lived in the middle of nowhere in Nevada, Wyoming, and Utah. Mental health issues have been a struggle for me through a lot of my life, but I am doing well now.

I have been a legal secretary, a technical writer, a high school tutor, an emergent reading teacher, a personal assistant for my grandparents, a freelance web designer, a transcriber, a hostess, and a dishwasher.

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I love my God and my family more than anything else.