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Hi I'm Aimee

I grew up in Arizona. I am a journalist. I am a pianist, guitarist, and singer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

-I absolutely adore playing piano, guitar, and singing. -I love to write. I always have, and I always will. -I am currently studying journalism and mass communications in college. -I love riding horses, especially doing dressage and hunter style riding. -I love American Sign Language: It is such a fun language to learn! -One of my favorite things to do is take pictures. I would love to do photography at some point. -Rain is the best. I love to go run around in it when I can, and if I can't, it makes the perfect atmosphere to stay inside and watch some fun movies!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the gospel, and it has enriched my life so much. There have been times when I just could not imagine how on earth I was going to get through a trial, and somehow, through following the teachings of the church and relying on my family and friends in the church to support me, I was able to follow what the Lord wanted me to do. To tell you the truth, I always seem to come out better for it. The trials seem so much easier to get through with the help of the Lord, and they are pretty scarce when I'm following what he wants me to do. I know that he has a plan for me, and if I just stick to it, then he will always help me with it.

How I live my faith

I am a pianist in my ward, as well as an organist. I don't really even know how to play the organ very well, but the Bishopric called me, and I'm sure I can figure it out with the Lord's help, so I will do my best to fulfill those callings. I go to church every sunday, and I sing in the choir. Music is such a powerful thing, and it really is such a strong way to share my testimony and the testimony of others. It touches people in ways that words alone simply can't compare to.