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Hi I'm Vanessa

I am a daughter, a friend, a New Yorker and a Mormon.

About Me

I'm in an intern at GSS and a brooklynite! I was born and raised in New york, New york with really cool family and friends; they mean the world to me. I enjoy videogames, comics, reading, writing poetry, reading, drawing and scrapbooking. I like to say that I have been blessed with that crafty ability. I also enjoy baking anything from cakepops to ethnic desserts! I love meeting new people and hanging out with friends, the regular stuff. If there was anything I want people to get to know about me is that I'm a really fun person, very easy to talk to and I'd love to get to know anyone.

Why I am a Mormon

I was 16 years old when I first heard about the church. Until then I was living life carelessly. I was heading towards a path that could have never given me the happiness I have today. I am a Mormon because I know that Jesus Christ is our savior. I am a Mormon because every time I talk about the gospel, I have such a warm feeling in my heart. I know that we all go through hardships and life is never easy but through it all there is one person who loves us unconditionally. That is our Heavenly father. I know that I am not perfect, no one is, but I am a child of God and He loves me.

How I live my faith

The gospel has taught me so many wonderful things. One, being more like Christ each and every day. Although it isn't easy to do so, being a New Yorker, I know that developing Christ-like attributes will bring me pure happiness. Other ways that I live my faith are by reading scriptures and attending church every Sunday. I live my faith by trying my best every day and by being a good example. I try to do my best to choose the right and encourage others to do the same. I believe that the little things we do every day are what makes us who we are.