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Hi I'm Olivia

I'm from a small town in the state of Virginia. Life is awesome! I love being crafty and I'm a mormon.

About Me

Where to start? I am the youngest of six and I am currently attending college. I live in a small town and I am everything girlie, but I love to ride four wheelers, go paintballing, and anything that sounds adventurous. Im not ashamed of who I am as a memeber of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I love being outside and realizing how everything that is created is so significant. To top things off, my family, friends, and my Religion are the keystones to living my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I know this is the only true Gospel. The process of knowing this Gospel being true comes with hard work and determination. It was not an easy process, but I have made the choice to do so and I am very blessed. There are always going to be things in your life that can keep you from having the potential you are meant to have, but there will always be help and support from loved ones to prepare you for becoming a better person. I know that Joseph Smith is and was a true and living prophet who restored the Gospel to this Earth. I am eternally grateful for our Savior's example and for the Atonement, which He had to bear. Through the Atonement, we can return to live with our Father in Heaven again. I know that President Thomas S. Monson is a true prophet of God and through him we can be taught to live on the righteous pathways so that we can be a happier, hopeful, and blessed person.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to live the Gospel in everything I do. Trials are always present, but it is very important that we understand when we overcome our shortcomings, staying close to our Father and Savior will bring us so many blessings. It's important to remember who you are and know that you as a person are born of a knoble birth right. One of my favorite quotes I like to remember every day is, " We are of infinite value, more extrordanary in reality than we give ourselves in person." - President Dieter F. Uchtdorf.