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Hi I'm Megan!

I'm a college student, a literature enthusiast, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm Megan, and I am in my junior year at BYU. I grew up all over the place, though I'm most recently from Georgia. I'm studying physics, with a little math and computer science on the side, and I love to read anything under the sun.

Why I am a Mormon

Well, first of all, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has the fullness of the Gospel. That's pretty impressive. Also, I've found joy in the Gospel's teachings. I (of no blame to my parents. They're simply splendid and worked hard for my benefit) was a miserable child. My parents loved me (still do) and were the sweetest to me, but I was just rotten. A few years after my birth father was deceased, my mother remarried to the most wonderful man in the world (and I mean it!). I was a rotten tomato. Sure I went to church and such, but my heart wasn't in it. Then, one day, my father (I refuse to call him my step-father) took me to the Las Vegas temple to have a talk with me. I'm pretty sure that's when my life turned around. By studying the scriptures, getting closer to my family (I've got six siblings), going to church, and generally observing the statutes of the Gospel, I have been able to have a more positive outlook on life that nothing else could have brought me but the Church (and my father).

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to draw closer to my Savior each day. This could include studying my scriptures, doing family history work, going to the temple, or looking for opportunities to serve others.