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Hi I'm Natalie

I like Lion king, I don't have a favorite color, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

In my free time I love to Play the piano and sing in english and spanish. I act in plays at my highschool and I enjoy making new friends. I find joy in making people laugh and making boring situations fun. I am seminary class president and I love it. I love to interact with and help people in any way they need it.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised Mormon. Although my family is not perfect they have always supported my growing testimony. I am the youngest of 5 children by 5 years (they are all 2 years apart) so as you can imagine, I was always heavily influenced by my older siblings. Unfortunatley my siblings did not always make the best choices. After following in their footsteps for some time they all moved out of the house and started their own seperate lives. This allowed me the chance to repent and to find out more about my role as a daughter of God and learn more about my savior Jesus Christ. These last few years of my life have been the most beautiful testimony builders for me. I have enjoyed the blessings of going to the temple and performing baptisms for the dead. Also I have gained a deeper and stronger testimony of studying the scriptures as I have spent the last few years in seminary. Many small and great miracles have occured in that time, all of them reassuring me that my Heavenly Father is aware of me and my sacrifices for spreading his true and everlasting gospel.

How I live my faith

I am the 1st counselor in the young womens program for my ward. I help plan activities and serve the other girls in our youth group with anything they might need. I am also the president of my seminary class. This means I greet all the students and conduct our meetings. It is my job to be an example and provide leadership for the class when our seminary teacher has to deal with things outside the classroom.