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Hi I'm Jamee

I was born, raised, and still live in AZ. I'm an aesthetician and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm 25 years old, single and have been a member my whole life. My parents were both converts so I've seen the difference the gospel has made in my life compared to the lives of my non member relatives. I can't decide on a major for school so I just keep going and taking various classes. My only sister is 10 years younger than me and I was sandwiched between 4 brothers until she came along, and she is my best friend :-) I work with handicapped people and LOVE getting to spend time with them, they are some of the most amazing people on this planet! I love to read, I usually stick to young adult books unless I know the author because most adult books these days have a smattering of smut in them that I think detract from a good story.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was born, I had an irregular heartbeat. My dad and one of the doctors who was LDS were able to give me a blessing and the next day my heart was beating regularly, and I've never had a problem with it since. I feel like since the day I was born my Heavenly Father has been watching out for me. I used to worry that i'd never had one of those epiphany moments when the heavens were opened and I knew the gospel was true, but then I started looking back at my life, I realized that everyday the Lord is with me, giving me strength or help when I needed it the most. That realization changed the way I look at everyday of my life, now I see his blessings everywhere I look, all I had to do was open my eyes because he was already always with me. I do my best to live my life in a way that will make Him proud of me. Because He's always been their for me I want to be here for him to help in any way He needs.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith by my every word and deed. Everyone around us is a brother or a sister, even if they don't know it themselves, and they deserve to be treated as such.