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Hi I'm Kiara

I grew up in a small town, I am a ballerina, photographer, artist and happily married. I also laugh at the end of every sentence.

About Me

I am a small town girl that laughs at the end of every sentence I say and sets big goals for myself. I graduated highschool at fourteen, and college at twenty-one. I am a professional ballet dancer, though I had to recently retire from a shoulder injury and now work with Fuzi International; one of the largest pointe shoe companies in the world. I also own a professional photography business that I run on the weekends, create my own jewelry, design websites and teach ballet. I will admit that I'm also a gamer, both computer and console games. I also love cars and hope to take mechanics classes someday as well as learn Chinese. I am also married to wonderful man who makes me laugh everyday and supports me in all my endeavors. We are planning to have children soon as well. Big goals I know, but with a little help and blessings from God I know that I can achieve them. I know without a doubt I could not have accomplished all that I have without God's influence and love. You just have to have a little faith.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church so I was blessed to grow up in a stable, loving home. I had strong convictions and knew that I was a child of God right from the start. My belief only strengthened when I met my husband, who wasn't a member at the time. He came from many varied religious backgrounds and talking to him about the church really helped me understand why I believed in it. I like to say that his conversion was also mine, because that was when I really understood why I was a Mormon, that it wasn't just something I was born into.

How I live my faith

I attend weekly church meetings and I love going to as many activities as I can! I love the community that we have here and I support it with all my heart! I also lead the music and pick out songs for our classes, it's a fun way to be involved in such a great work.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

The way I see it, when you are presented with something you should study it out for yourself. If it's true, then you will know for sure because you have exhausted every other possible avenue. I know it's true because I actively wanted to know. Honestly, it comes down to simply praying and asking God, he will tell you. Show more Show less