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Hi I'm Hannah

I have a passion for music, I love to laugh, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Hannah and I am the sister of two wonderful brothers. My family is what makes me whole. I love traditions, but I also look forward to change. I play the guitar, ukulele, piano, and I sing. I am an avid fan of I Love Lucy. I am a master of Disney Trivia. President Thomas S Monson and I share the same love of the color yellow. I could listen to Andrea Bocelli for hours on end, especially from his album Sogno. I love baseball and playing sports with the youth in my ward. I am a firm believer in smiling and living life in the moment.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a part of the church since I was old enough to breath. When I turned eight, I was baptized and confirmed a member. My testimony, however, has not been with me nearly that long. I have always liked going to church, but I didn't always go because I wanted to learn. It wasn't until about two years ago that I decided I was going to find out if the church was what I wanted to be a part of. I hung out with people that weren't making the best decisions and I wasn't happy when I was with them. I gained my testimony that year at a youth conference. I opened my heart and mind to the things I was being taught, and what I found was of eternal consequence.

How I live my faith

As a high school student, I have the wonderful opportunity to attend Seminary every morning before school. There we study the Bible along side the Book of Mormon and learn spiritual lessons that can be applied throughout our lives. I then have the chance to go to school and everyday find myself answering questions about my religion. I have even written several papers in English classes that explain my belief and what I stand for. I am not afraid to invite those I know to come unto Christ. I am asked often whether or not I can handle the "rules" the church has, and my answer is simple. The string that tethers the kite to the ground is the one that makes it soar free. I live my life in a way that those around me notice I'm different, and want to know why.