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Hi I'm Angelica

I grew up in a small town, I'm a dancer, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm not the average type of girl. I grew up with brothers, recently adopting my little sister. I am an advanced dancer, but I love to skateboard. I am also scuba certified and I love to cliff dive. I'm still in high school but already planning and taking action for attending college. I am unemployed at the moment, but I am a hardworker when I want to be. I live in a small town but plan to travel the world.

Why I am a Mormon

Honestly, I grew up in the church, with not so much of an innocent background as your typical mormon. I was indeed baptized at the great eight years old, but have never fully indulged myself into the gospel till recently. I am the president of the laurals class and of my seminary class, and it is my duty to guide and lead the youth into excellence. Like everyone else in this world, trials and hardships happen it seems almost everyday. Staying alive, and staying mentally, spiritually, emotionally, and physically healthy is very challanging at some points, but the reward in the end will be worth it. Unfortunately, I am a natrually negative personality, but the gospel shows me the good in all things. I hope to let Christ shine through me and use me to be an example to those around me. I believe in the book of Mormon and the historcial occurances. I also believe from experience that we can learn different lessons on each page if we sincerely ask to. I'm far from perfect, but I strive to have a pure heart and spirit. I know that if I didn't have this stable religion, I would be a lost soul in this world.

How I live my faith

As I mentioned before, I serve my church by having the calling of being the president of the young womens older class, the laurels. I am also the president of the morning scripture study class, seminary.