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Hi I'm Tahlia

I'm studying Dance Education. I love to cook. I enjoy reading, hiking, camping, rock climbing and trying new things. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am studying Dance Education at BYU. I love to dance and I enjoy a variety of styles. I love to teach and really enjoy being in the schools. Children have such amazing, positive spirits. I am also studying American Sign Language and I love it. I really enjoy cooking and trying new foods when I can. I like to go hiking and camping and I love to try new things.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church with a family who always valued it's teachings and principles. I continue to live the gospel because I have seen what a positive influence it can have in my life. Even though at times it can be challenging or hard to live the gospel especially when those around you are not supportive or respectful it has always turned out easier in the long run and that's when it really matters. Living gospel principles has guided me in my life and has always led me to the best decisions. Multiple experiences in my life confirm that there must be something more powerful than myself and they confirm to me the truth of the gospel. As a dance I marvel at the beauty and complexity of the human body. Something this complex and efficient and functional has to have been created by a perfect being and that is our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I participate in my church in many ways. Student wards are great opportunities to find a home and a family when you can be so far away from your own. I attend church on sunday and participate in other group activities throughout the week. I have been asked to help other women in our ward who may not be able to come to church on sunday to know what we talked about and keep up with the activities we have going on. I also visit with a couple of the women in the ward and check on how they're doing.