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Hi I'm Brindisi

I'm eclectic, I'm saucy, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a growing photographer. I'm the oldest of three. I live for music. I'm 19 and a sophomore at BYU-Idaho. Life's been great to me. I have a terrific family and a whole lot of friends who know me better than I do myself. I have a lot of fun with what I do. Photography is my passion and my pleasure. Things go wrong, life gets tough, and people can be rough, but that's what makes the good times that much better. Taking the good with the bad is what life is about. I believe in looking at things in a different perspective and loving what you have and creating something even better. Joseph Campbell said, "We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us". That's how I live and look at life. Just live it, it's going to be great.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized when I was eight. My parents are members. My grandparents are members. My great grandparents are members. So why am I? I believe Christ is the foundation of all we do. I need His atoning grace to return to my family someday. He has created a way for us to be eternal and happy. I can't do it alone though. That's where the gospel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints comes in. It has made my life, helped my happiness and created joy in my journey. No one is making me be a Mormon. I love this religion and this life. I know it is the true church and where I am supposed to be. I am really, really happy.

How I live my faith

I am a honest, faithful follower of Christ. I am an example of goodness and quality. I have served several callings in this church. I have taught, been on committees, and even been a ward photographer. I enjoy sharing my faith with others and showing them the goodness of the gospel. I believe it can strengthen families, raise hopes, and share blessings. By being an example of all of these things, I can help those around me to better understand the gospel and share what really matters in life.