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Hi I'm Mary

I am from Michigan. I LOVE Food. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently finishing my degree in Culinary Arts and hope to own my own restaurant someday.I also love to run and ran a marathon when i was 17 years old. I have been singing since i was 8 and love any form of music. I have traveled to many european countries and love learning about different cultures. I have 5 siblings, and i met the love of my life when i was only 5 years old.

Why I am a Mormon

I was fortunate enough to be born into a family that were already active members of the church, because of this i have been able to have a wonderful upbringing with the truths of the gospel and the good morals and decisions that come with that in my home. I love this gospel. It is something that has helped me through the hard times and made the best of times even better. It has helped me to learn how much my heavenly father loves me and for the love he has for his other children as well. I am grateful for the truth and blessings it brings to my life. I am grateful for the opportunity to be sealed to my family for time and all eternity. I am grateful for the blessings of the temple and the ability to be able to give those that have passed the same opportunities i have been given, through this church. I am grateful for all the prophets and there faithful guidance in my life. I love this church and would not be the person i am today with out the influence it has been in my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through attending weekly church meetings. I help plan ward activities and participate in the ward choir. I like to stay involved with my fellow members and to be a helping hand to those in need. I strive to go to the temple so that i can give others the opportunity to have the gospel that didn't during their life on earth. I visit teach sisters in the ward to help keep them aware that, others are available for help and to share uplifting thoughts and words of encouragement. I often times see those in need of help at the grocery store etc.. and am always willing to lend a helping hand, or smile at those that seem down.