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Hi I'm Joey

I am from Los Angeles, I believe that life is an opportunity and live mine to its fullest... I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love anything outdoors, after all I am an eagle scout. I know how to have a good time and do it with style while also managing to keep it clean. I am artistic by nature and try to reflect that upon everything I do, I find beauty in everything. I try to keep a healthy active lifestyle because I get bored easily and I believe spontaneity is a great way to find a new adventure. I love music, hanging out with friends, art, traveling, cooking, and playing with my dog. I try to live my life as simply as I can, and never take it for granted. I love meeting new people and learning new things, so drop me a line and we can be friends ; )

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised Mormon, people have always told me that there was something different about me and I know its because of my religion. I believe that because our religion focuses on the strengthening of families it has instilled the proper values and has made me realize whats really important in life. I have a close relationship with God and I am thankful for all the trials and hardships I have had to endure. If it wasn't for my religion I wouldn't have the faith or the knowledge understanding that families are forever and I will see them again someday.

How I live my faith

I try to provide a good example to others, a Christ-like example so to speak. I live my life in such a way that I try to leave a positive impression on people so that when I die I can be remembered in a positive way, while I'm alive people often ask me why I am indeed so different than others. I tell them that I owe it to my parents, God, and my religion and I am grateful for it. "Do not go where the path may lead... go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." -Ralph Waldo Emerson