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Hi I'm Kit

I've travelled to 28 countries but I feel most at home at Church. I'm smiley, I love music and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

When I was little, instead of putting me in front of the TV, my mum used to put me next to the radio or the record player. I grew up listening to Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones and ZZ Top. As I got older, my tastes in music got more alternative and I found myself totally in love with metal and I decided, at the tender age of 16, to become a rockstar. However, having no discernible musical talent and no band, this was going to be difficult. So, instead, I just decided to go to every single gig I could and, to this day, my favourite place to be on a Friday night is watching a band, jumping about to live music and enjoying the atmosphere - the energy you get from watching a band doing what they love with your best friends is the best buzz in the world

Why I am a Mormon

I've travelled to 28 countries and nowhere makes me feel so safe and at home like the Church does. This is why I continue to follow His gospel and I am 100 grateful that I've had the opportunity to join this Church. My brother got baptised 18 months before me and it was amazing to watch the changes he went through, both before and after baptism. I never thought that this life would be for me. It took 10 long months of teaches and going to church but thankfully, due to the missionaries tenacity and pertinacity, on October 23rd 2008, I got baptised by my brother. I know this church is true and there is no way is can be anything other than that. I have felt the changes in my life and in my heart that I saw within my brother and I know the blessings that are to be gained from being obedient and living by Heavenly Fathers will. It seems so hard and I know that the prospect of adapting so many aspects of your life can seem terrifying but I can testify that it is totally worth it !

How I live my faith

 Firstly, I make an effort to participate in my branch and be an active member of the Church community. I currently have a nursery 'calling', which means that I look after the children between 18 months and 3 years old, while their mummies and daddies are in their lessons. I love it! Out of the mouths of babes - I once read the story of the feeding of the five thousand. When I'd finished, I asked 'What did we learn from this?' and one little girl said 'We learnt recipes! And they went to the fish shop, which is near my house!'. I think she'll be on stage one day. I also go out teaching with the missionaries, which I love and is possibly one of my favourite hobbies, apart from music, of course. When I go out, I set a really good example to other people. I prove, week after week, that is possible to go out and have a brilliant time, completely sober! I can also be the most interesting girl in the room and be dressed modestly. A lot of people I work with are very curious about my faith when I tell them I'm Mormon and I don't hesitate to tell them all about it. I carry contact cards and always give them the address of this website! No baptisms yet, but at least I'm trying. My friends comment on how different I am these days, yet completely the same. Which is a contradiction, but I get what they mean. I live my life according to the standards I've been asked to live by but I'm still Kit. Kit is now a Mormon. This is how I live my faith.