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Hi I'm Kelly

I grew up in Colorado, but currently live in Virginia, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in Colorado, but relocated to Virginia. I am currently a full time student working on a degree in Business Management. I am employed by one of the popular retail stores. Since I moved I spend a lot of time with my family, and my two miniature Dachshunds. I am enjoying riding my bike along the ocean-front, and all the fun things that go on in Virginia Beach. I also left family and friends back in Colorado, that I miss everyday. It took me many years to decide to move to Virginia, and a lot of praying. My younger sister and her husband have been trying to start their own family for the past couple of years, but with no success. I had only been living in Virginia for two months before they announced they are pregnant with twins. I believe that Heaven Father blessed me with the opportunity to move to Virginia, because this is where I am needed. I am currently the only active member in my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church, but fell away in my early teens. I was inactive for ten years. I attended a different church for almost a year, when I felt it wasn't right anymore. I prayed a lot as to where Heavenly Father wanted me to be. I had no contact with anyone from the church, then one day the missionaries knocked on my door. Since that day I have been active again. I have received several callings that I love. I love the way the church teaches about helping others. No matter what state, city, or country you are in the Mormon church always feels like going home.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church, and doing my callings to the best of my ability. I was called to be a visiting teacher,and the Communication Specialist. I loved both callings because they both offer the opportunity to help others, and to become more active with the church.