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Hi I'm Cassie

I am a country girl, gone city slicker. I am random, spontaneous, weird and crazy. And loves to laugh and Yes, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

A little about me, I am going to College and planning on graduating with an associates degree in Culinary Arts. I love to cook, read, listen to music and hang out with my goofy, weird but amazing, and talented friends. I grew up on a farm and was taught at a young age that things happen for a reason. My grandparents help make me who I am today. A strong, stubborn, independent women, that will stand and fight for what I believe in. I love the out doors and doing things that make you use your brain and body at the same time.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that was Mormon. But at the age of eight I got to choose, I got to choose if I wanted to be part of the only true church on this earth. I know that I made the right choice. Even though I go through the toughest trials and hardships I know that I am not alone. I look at my life and I ask myself what if I was not Mormon where would I be and what would I be doing. I love this Gospel with all my heart and know that without it I would not be who I am today.

How I live my faith

No matter what life throws at you, you would be able to over come it and use what you used to help others. Growing up I always felt like I was in a dramatic movie and no matter what was happening, it would not end. But as I moved away, things started to change and my faith in the gospel became stronger and helped me with some of the most hardest decisions that I could make. I choose to live the way I believe because I want to, not because I am forced too. The way I live by not doing drugs, or doing things that I am not suppose to be doing. I am able to understand what Heavenly Father wants me too do with my life.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

No, we help everyone and anyone. We are all God's children and we all need to be able to count on each other. Show more Show less