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Hi I'm Noelle

Sesquipedalian, pianist, student, rubik's cube solver, Mormon.

About Me

I'm from Utah, and am studying Mechanical Engineering at BYU-I. I'm a fairly normal person who likes to read, and to use superfluous words. Not a superfluous amount of words, just, alot of really big words. I play the piano, and sometimes pound out my frustrations through the song, but sometimes simply sway to the vibrations that come from the keys and strings. I have one older sister and two younger brothers. We make a fun bunch, because we are all musicians, (even if we aren't the best) and we're close. Even though we have our share of disagreements in my family, usually we can figure things out and then go play a board game, or watch a movie or simply spend quality time together. Yes, I can solve a Rubik's Cube (not very quickly though) and do a couple of magic tricks, and I carry a duct tape wallet.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe in Christ. I want to follow him, and in return he promises me the ability to become the happiest and best I can possibly be. I have seen the difference that comes from living the gospel, and I have felt the power and peace of the spirit. And it all starts small, there was one point in my life, where I was insecure. I wasn't converted to the gospel, in fact I wasn't even sure that I believed any of the things I had been taught to be true. But I was stuck. So I decided that I wanted to know. I didn't know right then, but I wanted to know. I thought I would be happier once I knew if God existed. When I was at this point, I came across a scripture (Alma 32:27) that says that faith can simply start with a desire to believe, but let that desire work in your heart until you're ready for a little bit more. After all this is how anything grows, whether it be faith or a tomato plant or a giant redwood tree. Small growth day by day. And gradually that change came. I can now say that I know that God lives, He loves me completely, and he has a plan for my life. When I think I am not much, or that I will never measure up, He will gently remind me that it really is all worth it. And it really is.

How I live my faith

I am serving a mission where everyday I get to go into other people's homes and share the truths that I find so precious so that they can find the same happiness and blessings. I have been blessed all my life with the security of a loving family, and I would be ungrateful if I did not try to repay and serve where I can.