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Hi I'm Gina

I'm a fun-loving woman. I work in the ER as a nurse. I'm always up for something new. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an enthusiastic woman that loves life. I married my love at 19 years old, graduated with my Bachelors in Nursing, and currently work in the Emergency Room. I have two wonderful dogs that serve as my children until I have my own. In my spare time, I love to hike, run, sing, dance, and spend time with my wonderful family! I'm up for anything that causes an adrenaline rush: like skydiving, scuba diving, swimming with sharks, etc.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I would be lost without the Gospel in my life. In today's world, times are changing so quickly that it becomes difficult to know what choices I should be making and who I can turn to when I am in need of the comfort and answers no other person on this earth can provide. Being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I am able to receive blessings, comfort, and a remission of my sins. I am guided by men who truly know our Heavenly Father and his desires of and for us. I have the comfort of knowing that God loves me, that I am his daughter, and that I can turn to him on my knees in prayer when life becomes too hard for me to bear on my own. I need the strength of the gospel and Christ's atonement to endure and progress in this life.

How I live my faith

I currently serve by teaching children ages 2-3 during church so that other members are able to serve and learn from classes being taught. I enjoy my calling because I am able to see the light of Christ in these little children. Their testimonies and innocence strengthens me. I live my faith by living the commandments to the best of my ability. I try to live and love others in such a way that they can feel the Saviors love even if they do not believe the same principles I do. I choose to dress in a manner that respects my body and myself, I participate in conversations that are wholesome and avoid those that would be demeaning in nature. Working as a nurse, when the time is appropriate, I try to help others understand that they are not alone, that they have a father in heaven who cares and knows each of us individually.