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Hi I'm Taylor

Im a Mia Maid, a Freshman in High School, a Straight A Student, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 14 years old, and am a Freshman in High School. I love soccer, swim team, and anything that is strength-oriented/athletic. I am an absolute nerd, and love to attend school and get good grades. I am a Food Network adict, and love to experiment with cooking and baking. My parents support me in everything I do, and help me out when I have issues. My friends are another big portion of my life. I text and call most of the daily, and love to be around them. I do choir, and enjoy singing at concerts, sports events, and in the car :). I am very much service oriented, and enjoy helping others, and giving my time and resources to help others.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raisied into the LDS Church. I have attended a Christian/Catholic baptism, and have heard experiences from my non-member friends, and realize that within my ward and stake, there is such a great sense of unity. We are all one big family. We care and support the other people in our ward/stake no matter the age difference, and are always willing to share and to support others. We create such close bonds with others, and really love being part of peoples lives. We support eachother outside of church as well. We become such good friends at school, and in our everyday lives, we really care about what is going on in eachothers lives.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church as often as I can. I also love attending mutual, and feeling the spirit. I enjoy spending time with my friends, and learning the lessons that our Heavenly Father wants us to know. I continuously do service, and live the standards in For the Strength of Youth. I dress modestly. I am one of few girls that remember the head/shoulders/knees/toes rule :). I don't use profanic language, because it makes me feel gross, and wrong. I try to be kind to everyone I meet, and make my choices with an eternal aspect in my mind. I proudly wear my Young Womans medallion, and am not afraid to tell people that I attend Seminary at school.