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Hi I'm Felicia

I'm a musician. I train horses. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently studying to be a music teacher and hope to teach high school band and choir someday. I am a harpist, a horn player, a vocalist, and like to spend lots of time learning new instruments too. I've been in marching band all thorough high school and college, and love attending all the sporting events. While music plays a significant role in my life, I have lots of outside hobbies that keep me busy. I train horses and work as a horseback riding instructor for riders of all ages. I am also a photographer and I like to dabble in cake decorating. I love that I have many interests, but the best part is when I get to share them with other people and put a smile on their face =D

Why I am a Mormon

While I was born into and grew up in the LDS faith, I have had many struggles along the way that have tested my faith. The biggest trial was learning to work through the pain of my parents divorce. I was 17 when they decided to separate, and it was then that I had to fully decide for myself where my faith lay. A strong situation such as that lead to much anger and frustration that I did not know how to deal with. Through my own personal prayer and study of the scriptures, I was able to move past those feelings and once again feel peace and comfort. It has been an ongoing struggle for many years since their separation, but their own faith has been a beacon for me. Both are strong and active members of the LDS faith, and their love of the gospel has been a light in my life.

How I live my faith

As a member of a singles branch, the friends I make there are the people I am closest to in my life while in college. As the communications specialist, I am able to use my oh-so-savvy technology skills on Facebook and other social networking sites to keep everyone in touch and help strengthen the bonds between others.