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Hi I'm Jessica.

I love rain, heartbeats, music & I am Mormon.

About Me

I was born from a Boombox. My heart beats for Love, Laughing, Work, Music & The Gospel of Jesus Christ. How much time do we have? The answer to that, my friends, is Not on that clock. How much time do we have? ..Not a lot, that's how much time we have. Not a lot.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ are true & real, because of the Gospel my life is Rich, Full & Beautiful. To know I have a loving Heavenly Father & Savior, to know that they are as real as the world around me, is one of the most amazing pieces of knowledge I can call my own. I love happiness. I can truly smile because I know where I came from, why I'm here & where I'm going. I am secure. Who doesn't want that? "So on quiet nights in the summer, when you are still and peaceful, I want you to look up at the heavens, the moon and the stars, so your spirit can remember these things I have shown you today. And if you do, you will remember somewhere deep in your soul, that you are a part of a heavenly family, a heavenly plan, something Eternal & Wonderful & Incredibly Large. You will remember that you family is up here cheering for you, that family is the only thing that matters, the only thing of any significance. And though your human language wont have words for the feelings I will place in your heart, your spirit will remember and you will long to be with me again." I am a Mormon because my Heart & Mind have felt a pure confirmation of the truth & I cannot deny it.

How I live my faith

I know what's important in life & I try to keep it in mind. I know what I want & the Lord wants for me & nothing can change that. Prayer is the Best & the scriptures are Amazing. Family is what matters most & I strive to keep them close. I try to make my choices matter in the grand scheme of things.