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Hi I'm Sherylin

I'm wildly addicted to laughing. I love my family, books and blonde moments. They make life worthwhile. And I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love to read-a lot! I grew up watching older movies and musicals and I also love to make quilts and to give them to family. I'm a Disney-a-holic and I own all things Disney-movies, games and cd's. I love Country music, Disney soundtracks, and I believe in Christmas music all year. I'm pretty decent at Volleyball and I love to laugh. Playing games with my family is when I'm the happiest and I love Chocolate. My family is the most important thing to me and I love how the Gospel makes them Eternal.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up a member and my brother and I were 2 out of 3 kids in my school who were members. Being raised out of Utah, I know how important it is to not wear a mask around some people who are members and be completely different outside of Church. I love going to The Temple, its the best feeling in the world and I love the feeling the Spirit brings when I know the things I'm doing are right. I love singing hymns and the peace and comfort I feel from the words and messages they share.

How I live my faith

I help with Eagle Scout projects (the last thing a scout can get an award for, it's a really big deal to earn one). I would babysit all the time for my neighbors and I grew close to families. I love going to Chruch and being able to help anyone out if they need my help.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Sherylin
A testimony is a belief that you have about something. But its not just knowing something, its unwavering and no one can make you deny unless you give them permission. A testimony is something that you lean on and constantly strengthen it though the choices you make daily. Sometimes you find out something and you begin to doubt it yourself, but you should never give up on it. Through questions you can add more knowledge to it and it becomes even stronger than before. Show more Show less