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Hi I'm Carlie

I am Happy! I love to laugh~ Smiling makes everything better~ I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Good Morning world! I am Carlie Ann. I have a love for life and it is only through this church that I have found this love! I am the oldest of 3 kids, and I truly have been so blessed with the family God has given me. I have a hard working dad who loves to serve others, a mom who is so passionate for the gospel it is contagious, a brother who leads, inspires, and invites me to do good, and a sister who is my best friend who loves me unconditionally. My family is my world! As I am a teacher now for this great cause for good; it is molding, shaping, and leading me to an even greater happiness. I know that as I continue to teach and inspire others to do what is right through my righteous actions, I can be that cause for good for others. I love to hike, swim, dance, look at the stars, and just be me! This is who I am, this is who I will always be:)

Why I am a Mormon

The church hasn't always been at the top of my list. As I grew up doing what I loved to do I wasn't always the happiest. When I chose to follow the example of my Savior I became happy. As I meet people every single day doing what "they" want to do. I do my very best to leave them all with a smile on their face, and to help them see themselves the way the Lord sees them. This is the only way to happiness. We all struggle from day to day, even hour to hour, and through the Atonement of our Savior we can see that light that we are all searching for. As I rely on Him I am confident in my actions, I am bold with those that I meet, and I do my very best to have Him walk with me.

How I live my faith

I invite others to come with me and follow the Savior. I am not perfect and I never will be, but as I strive to become more like the Savior I am allowing myself to receive ultimate happiness. I feel the Savior near when I pray morning and night, when I have questions on my mind and I turn to the Book of Mormon to find my answer, and as I attend church every Sunday to renew my promise that I have made to Him. Living my faith doesn't mean being perfect, it means doing my very best each day and remembering why I do the things that I do. As I live my life according to God's teachings I am doing what is expected of me. I am living my faith.