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Hi I'm Jocelyn

I am a speech pathologist. I love to learn new things. I am a wife. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My husband and I got married a little over 2 years ago and have both been busy with school and work. Having recently graduated, I now work for an early intervention program for children under 3 as a speech pathologist. I love working with special needs children and their parents and observing their progress. I do not have children of my own yet, but I am soo excited for the day when I do. I enjoy being active when the weather is nice and being cozy when the weather is bad. I have always loved classical music and began studying viola when I was really young. Recently, I started learning piano.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon, because I know that the Gospel is true. Through the challenges and triumphs of life, I have felt the strength, power, comfort and guiding power of the holy ghost. It is through these experiences that I have gained a personal and undeniable testimony of the many principles that the gospel is made up of. When these principles are upheld, I feel the blessings of hope, understanding and peace follow. I am a mormon, because it helps me become a better, more christ-like person. I know who I am, why I am here and what my purpose is.

How I live my faith

The Gospel is based on the principle of love. I try to live my faith through the way I interact with every person I meet. I often pray to feel God's love for family, friends and strangers and for help in suppressing any negative or critical thoughts. I also feel strongly about accepting all callings that I am given with faith that God will grant me the strength and ability required to fulfill them and that in the meantime my testimony will grow as I am pushed beyond my presupposed limits. Throughout the past few years I have served through visiting teaching, leading music during sacrament meeting and playing the piano in primary.