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Hi I'm Ally

I live in the Midwest - land of the corn. I believe What you think wont be important, until you share it. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently in high school. I love school. I especially love my journalism class. It's really interesting to learn about other people and get to know the real story. I haven't done anything great in my life time...yet. I want to travel the world and let's face it, Who doesn't? That's the dream for my future. Right now I'm just happy being in one spot with my family. I'm the second daughter of four. No boys. My dad is the only guy with me coming in at a tomboy second. I have two dogs. One is a corgi. The other is a beagle named Cooper, he's my favorite. I think all kids should have dogs. I live in a city currently. I think cities are a great place to live, but I do prefer small town life. My biggest goal is to make people realize that they have to hold on to their dreams because it's the only part of us that's real.

Why I am a Mormon

I really believe that this church is true. I have no idea where I would be without it. I am constantly guided by the Holy Ghost out of temptations and bad decisions. I love being a member. It is the best part of waking up in the morning and going through the day. I have a strong testimony of Joseph Smith and the restoration. I know Christ died for me and that I can thank him by living ever day for him.

How I live my faith

I love to spread the gospel through service. I constantly get the opportunity to serve through my calling in the Laurels class of the Young Women program. I enjoy participating in stake youth activities and ward parties. One of the ways I love reaching out is by wearing my Youth Conference shirts to school and answering questions from my friends about the church.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Ally
Absolutely not! There is no denomination in service. Service is for everyone since we're all God's children. Show more Show less