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Hi I'm KayCee

I believe that life is what we make it. It is our decision where we go, what we do, and who we follow. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Provo, UT and moved to Arizona five days later. My parents divorced when I was 11 years old and I moved to Colorado with my mother. Because of the divorce, the size of my family grew in leaps and bounds and I ended up being the oldest living child of eleven with six sisters and four brothers. In my family, we don't have steps and halves, we are just family. I played softball for seven years during junior high and high school and love it beyond words. Once college started, with all the work and extra stuff that goes with it, I had to stop playing competitive ball and just focus on my job and on my responsibilities as a student. I play the clarinet, I attempt the piano, and I would love to learn to play guitar. I sing when I can, though it is nothing too lovely. I am currently a student and a wife. My greatest goal in life is to fulfill my divine roles as wife and mother to the best of my ability and to come to know my Savior, Jesus Christ, more intimately every day and to one day "see Him as He is" and know Him. Life is the greatest and most challenging gift we have been given, but I have faith that my Father in Heaven knows me and loves me and that through the Atonement of my Savior, I can be forgiven of my shortcomings and live eternally with my family.  

Why I am a Mormon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints means everything to me. My mother and my step father are both converts to the church, and since I have spent much of my life around them, I know the value of the true and living gospel of Jesus Christ. It is the only guard we have against a world that is becoming ever darker and more wicked. When I think about the gospel, I feel peace, joy, and a sense of knowing who I am. I know that I am a daughter of God. I know that because I am, I have great power and potential. I know that I can be eternally happy.  

How I live my faith

Most recently I have been serving as the Primary President in our ward here. There are a lot of challenges that come with being a Primary President, especially when you are harly older than the children themselves, but I love it. When I am in Primary and around those children, I know it's where I am supposed to be. I can feel the love of God for those children, and I can feel the love of God for me. I also love spending time doing things for others. Right now I am working on a giveaway project in our community that will really pull people together and create unity here. There is a lot of need around us and most of the time it is turned away from. It is my feeling and belief that we all are children of God and that His wonderful Plan applies to all of his children regardless of race, income, or circumstance. It is important to me to bring people together and bridge the gap between where we are and where we can be.