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Hi I'm Stacy

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 21 year old attending college and I love being me. Being me can mean anything from being quiet and reserved to crazy and spontaneous! I love to laugh. I love driving in the car with friends and screaming/singing at the top of my lungs! I love hiking to places that have a beautiful views. I love warm weather. I love playing soccer! I miss friends and family that are far away. I love being with my family! Some of my favorite memories are dance parties in my basement with just me and my sisters. I love dancing! Having deep conversations about life entertain me. Thinking by myself calms me. Making check lists helps me to keep my day together. I take friendship seriously. I know how to get a long with a lot of different people. I enjoy people watching. I love reading a good book and wasting hours in the night finishing it up! I love being around funny people. I hate being around complainers. I have a lot to learn. I hope to make a difference in people's lives for the better. I want everyone to find happiness in their lives. Life is hard, but I am thankful for the people I am surrounded by that have helped me out. My religion is a huge factor in the way I live my life, and my Faith is strong. I have dreams and fears, but I know things will work out how they are supposed to.

Why I am a Mormon

Because it is my recipe to happiness. There are a lot different things going on in the world, and everything changes. However, my relationship with my Savior is eternal and I am grateful to have the knowledge that I am a Child of God and I am loved. I would not know how to be happy without this gospel. It gives me strength, comfort, direction and a bigger perspective of this life.

How I live my faith

I try to be an example of Christ. I try to love others around me, and overall be someone people feel good being around. It is not always saying your testimony out loud, but rather living through actions.