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Hi I'm Quincy

I'm a pianist, an Eagle Scout, a biker, a red-head, I love my country and music, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I may have been born in Utah, but i have lived everywhere in the US. I have lived in the Northeast, Northwest, SouthEast, and Central US, along with being in every state except North and South Dakota, and Maine (I'm sorry). This has given me a huge appreciation for the country I've lived in. Because of this I'm interested in going into constitutional law and uphold my country. I also am a huge musician. I play and teach the piano, and am learning guitar. There is almost nothing in this world that speaks to me as much as music. It can make me happy, sad, energetic, lethargic, or make me laugh or cry. Whenever I find a beautiful song with a good message I am estatic. Things that I also love are biking, hiking, and reading. They are all things that allow me to explore the world in a different way. I am the oldest of four children, born to two amazing (synonymnous with goodly) parents. I isn't easy, but it sure has it's benefits. Lastly I am an Eagle Scout. I got this award when I was thirteen, and am honored to have that title upon me. It has taught me many things that have enriched my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because of the valuable lessons taught to me. It gives me a valuable perspective in life that leads me to want to be a better person. Sometimes there are instances where people say that my lifestyle is strict and stops me from being "happy". I know that the way I live helps me to be able to do more in my life. I never have to worry about failing a drug test, wrecking my car because I was drunk, and I don't have to pay child support. By this I am free to go as far as I wish in life, while I may not be their "happy," I am happy. One other reason that I am a Mormon is because of the help, other than simply moral, that it gives me. I am a kidney transplant patient. When the problem with my kidney was found, they were surprised to see how well I was doing. I had a kidney function of 18%. Also I was only born with one kidney. But depite that, even though it was so bad, I never had to go on the difficult dialisys in the eight months between then and my transplant. During that time my family and I recieved an amazing amount of help from the members of our church, and others. We never needed to worry about meals, who was with the kids, or what else. I then recieved a kidney from my mother. An act from her that can only be described as angelic. And because of an act of love so great, to give me life a second time, I will know and aknowledge her as my mother twice over. I am so thankful to live in a church of service, kindness, and Christ-like love. To be in a church that give myself and others, reasons to better ourselves, and give love and service to others. That's why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I am active in Scouting. This gives me the chance to serve in ways I never would have thought of, and to reach out to people that I never would have dreamed possible. I also try to inspire others through music. I try to do this by giving uplifting songs that bring them closer to God. But most importantly I try to show myself as an ambassador for the Savior. I make sure that I do my best to be friendly, kind, and clean to those around me, even though it is often difficult. I seek out people to help and love in school and in all times and places. I hope to myself that people will think of me as a good person, and that will inspire them to do the same.