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Hi I'm Britt

I was born and raised in "It's a dry heat" Arizona. I'm the oldest of 4 girls, my family is my life, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm just finishing my first year of college and heading into summer vacation! I am studying to be an ASL interpreter. I tend to sign as I talk and I get tons of practice at school and now church.... I'm afraid that during the summer I'll get rusty. O_O If you sign and are interested in practicing, feel free to hit me up. I'm not that scary, I promise. :) I teach sunbeams (3, turning 4 year olds) and they are my sweet babies. Some are rather rambunctious and there's times where I don't have as much patience as I'd like. I've got that motherly instinct that attracts me to every baby I find. The kid across the street, the kid in the pew three rows up and to the right, ALL BABIES! I am super excited to get married to a lovely man and have kids of my own one day, but for now, these babies will do. :) Well, that about sums me up... ASL and babies.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this church, my parents married and sealed together in the temple for eternity, and I am the first little daughter. Two sisters followed in the next 5 years, then after 6 more years I got ANOTHER little sister. Four girls, parents, and a few pets throughout the years. This is my fam[ily]. I am a Mormon because I want to be with my family for eternity. I grew up in a neighborhood that was predominately LDS, and I was rarely the only Mormon in class or on sports teams. I have had the support of many great friends, though I've had the rare opportunity of them mostly being LDS. Now that I'm off to college in a big city, I'm the minority. It's very strange but I love the friends that I have made there, even if I only see them in class. My mother has always told me that I'm really good at loving people, even if I don't like the choices they are making. To me, it's the person that matters. I hope that my friends feel that love, even though we share different religious beliefs. I'm a Mormon because I see the blessings I get from the support the church members give. I am a Mormon. True blue, through and through.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through my example to my classmates and friends and family.