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Hi I'm Danielle

I live life spontaneously. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Breathing in the fresh outside air is what I crave every day. Whether it be by running, hiking, biking, playing sports, basically anything active, you can count me in. If there is one word I like to live my life by, it is "Spontaneity." Don't dream it. Just do it. I cannot wait for the day when I care for children in a healthcare setting. That being said, I am a nursing major. I truly believe in living each day to the fullest and having a smile to go along with it.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been extremely blessed to grow up in a LDS family. I have lived in quite a few different places, but have spent the majority of my years living in Utah. I have been fortunate to grow up around friends who share my same faith, but when I got to college I spent a lot of time with people who have different views. These friends were great, but let's just say our values weren't eye to eye. It was a hard time for me because I had to choose between "being popular with this group of people" or "holding strong to what I believe." It was such a testimony builder because I knew my values and knew I was not going to slip. It wouldn't be worth it. I was not going to participate in activities that I knew were wrong. It was because I had developed a testimony when I was younger of the importance of standing for what you believe in that gave me the strength to stay strong. Sometimes we may think that it is a better life to do what society calls "fun," but it is only short term happiness. I want to live my life righteously so that I can and return to live with our Father in Heaven. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

It is amazing the difference one can make by just the example they set. You may not realize people are constantly watching you, but they are. Others notice me by the things I do and by my cheerful countenance. I live in such a way because I want people to ask, "What makes you so happy?" I will be leaving shortly to serve my mission in Yerevan Armenia and cannot describe my excitement to share the gospel to the Armenian people.