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Hi I'm Danielle.

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in a wonderful little city in California. As a result, the beach will always be a place that instantly makes me happy. I am a wife of a handsome Idaho boy of almost 9 months now. I am a college graduate with my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Business Management. I played volleyball for many years and I still love to play any chance I get. I try to cook, but I cannot say I have mastered the art quite yet. A good lightning and thunder storm absolutely thrills me. I prefer to get my best thinking done while driving in the car. I like to read most of the time, but other times I prefer to just watch a good movie. I am part of an amazing family who enjoys the simplicity of sitting on the couch talking and laughing. My friends are extraordinary people who have taught me a lot.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and have been an active participate since. Simply put, the gospel of this church is perfect, true, and consistent. These three things cannot be found (or they are very hard to find) anywhere else in this ever-changing world. Now I cannot say I have experienced or explored every path there is to take in this life, but I do not feel it necessary to do so. It is through an increasing faith in Jesus Christ, diligent study of the scriptures (Bible and Book of Mormon), and earnest prayer to God that I know I want no other way. Being a Latter-Day Saint stretches my potential and gives purpose and meaning to every moment of my life. The comfort I have of knowing I am a daughter of Heavenly Father has carried me through times of sadness, loneliness, disappointment, and insecurity. I cling to this church, because it is the only light I can find amid the darkness.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith every day. I have mentioned the gospel is perfect; however, those who live it are not. I do make an effort to attend all church meetings, I accept the callings or responsibilities that are offered me, I try to direct my attention outward to other people who may be in need, I seek ways to be a little more kind, I find ways to learn, and I strive to live my life like my Savior had.