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Hi I'm Linny

I love to read and write. I have a thing for butterflies. I was married in the Provo Utah Temple. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am going to college at BYU majoring in English. I want to be an author of young adult fantasy and science fiction. I was married 7 months ago to a man who is very good to me. I love to learn; it's one of my favorite things to do. I am the oldest of four and the only girl. I love my family more than anyone or anything else in the world. I am excited to one day become a mother and teach my children of the many wonderful things of this life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I feel hope, peace, and love in this religion. I can feel trust in God and His plan. I love the fellowship that I feel every time I go to my meetings. I follow the commandments because when I do I feel good inside. I have no need to regret decisions when I stay close to the guidelines that the LDS church teaches. One of the best things I know about being Mormon is that I can research for myself spiritually all that I am taught to see if it is right for me. I use prayer, scripture study, as well as book learning study. In all the education I have received, I am drawn closer to God and Jesus Christ. I can feel within my soul that this gospel is true.

How I live my faith

I have been regularly attending my church meeting since I was born, since my parents were Mormon, but I do it not because they made me, but because I love the feelings that I feel when I am at church. I feel a peace and love that I don't find in most other places. I lead the music in our first meeting on Sunday. My husband and I help get people involved some of the activities our church group has every month. We live our lives through faith and prayer, especially since we are both in college and trying to figure out what we are going to do for the rest of our lives.