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Hi I'm Miranda

I am a typical college student who loves life and all of its adventures. I am a Mormon

About Me

I was born and raised in Utah. I have four younger brothers and no sisters. I was blessed with loving parents who taught me to love who I am and try new things. I play the piano as often as I can and I am aspiring to become a Chiropractor...at least for this week... I'll take any chance I can get to travel and go on a new adventure. In my short and inexperienced life I've learned that no matter what happens today, life moves on and it is up to me whether it moves on with the sun shining or a storm brewing.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always had the church in my life, but when I moved away from home to attend college it was up to me whether or not to continue practicing the faith. I quickly found out how much comfort there is in the gospel. Whenever I am feeling lost or alone I can turn to my Father in Heaven. I know that even though no one here on Earth knows exactly what I'm going through or how to help me, He does. I can feel the love that He has for me through the blessing I receive. I have found that at the core of the of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is love and the simple teachings of how to become a better person. With the knowledge that I am a daughter of God and trust that he knows what is best for me, I have turned my life over to him and am doing my best to carry out his will. I say this in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through example. I try to be the best that I can and stay strong the the morals I have been taught and that I believe in. I believe service is one of the best ways to show love and faith. Any chance I get to help out a friend or stranger I try and take. One of my favorite service activities was handing out water and chapstick to homeless people, the smile I got in return was more rewarding than anything I could have ever asked for.