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Hi I'm Molly.

I'm a choir nerd, I'm an avid reader, I'm a music-lover, I'm a future missionary, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a sixteen-year-old junior who loves life. School is fun with friends to laugh and talk with, and fun classes. I especially love my choir class. Singing is a big part of my life and is a way for me to express myself. My second favorite class would have to be sign language I where I am learning the beautiful language of the Deaf community. I also enjoy my other hours, even my difficult AP classes, and put up with my teachers. Just kidding, they're great. I am the youngest of four children, and I have two brothers and one sister. I love all of my family very much. My brothers are helpful and silly. My sister is kind and giving. My parents watch over me and try to help me have a good, happy, successful life. My friends and I love to hang out on the weekend and at school. We love going on group dates and spending time together. My friends can be crazy and weird, but I know they will always be there for me when I need them. They are part of the reason my life is so great. I mean, who doesn't love people who love what you love and love you? I do, that's for sure.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this church, as were my parents, but I know it is true. I know that Jesus Christ is our elder brother, who loves us enough to give his greatest gift, his life. The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith. He as a boy, saw God, the Father, and his Son, our Beloved Brother. Though we sin in this life, we can be washed clean of our sins through repentance. This life is a stepping stone to help us become more like our perfect Father in Heaven. This church is His true church, restored to the Earth in our day. We were chosen to live in this time. This wonderful church helps us better ourselves through service and love of God and our fellow men. If we make all of the correct choices we can return be like our Father and return to live with him I know all of this to be true. I bear testimony again that this is the true church and I am glad to be a part of it.

How I live my faith

I have a calling, or duty, in my group of young women class, called the laurel class. I serve as the secretary and try to help the president in her duties. As a ward or even class we like to go out and serve everyone, the children of God. Each day I try to serve those around me in any way. Just giving a kind comment or helping to carry something for some one can be an act of service, and I try to do these type of acts of service daily. As a youth, I don't have many opportunities for big callings, but I am able to help those with big callings in their duties.