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Hi I'm Kaylee

I'm happily married. I'm a traveler. I'm a designer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I married my true love over three years ago. Together we cook, travel, mountain bike, study, and dream up our next adventures. I am a graphic designer and enjoy solving problems and creating possibilities through design thinking. My husband is very supportive of my design ambitions as well as the most important future career of all: becoming a mother.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the gospel of Jesus Christ is true. I know the Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ and that it is true. I am a Mormon because I know that God gives us modern revelation, that there is a living prophet today, and that we are all God’s children. I know that temples and the work done therein is sacred and holy and essential for salvation. I am a Mormon because I know that Christ suffered for my sins, so that through repentance, I can be found worthy to live with my Heavenly Father again and be surrounded by my eternal family. I am a Mormon because I love my Savoir.

How I live my faith

I'm a Mormon every day of the week. On Sunday, I go to church with my husband to worship my Savior. There, through partaking of the sacrament, I renew the covenants I made at baptism: to take upon myself the name of Jesus Christ, keep His commandments, and serve Him to the end. Every other day of the week, I choose to continue to live by these covenants. I take Christ’s name upon me by doing my best to represent what he lives for: charity, love, faith, truth, family, virtue, righteousness. I try to do what he would have me do rather than do what I think I want to do, or want what the world teaches me to want. I do my best to obey His commandments. To me, obedience to Christ’s teachings is not restrictive. It is freedom and happiness. Our prophet today, President Thomas S. Monson said, “At times the wisdom of God appears as being foolish or just too difficult, but… when God speaks and a man obeys, that man will always be right.” I also want to serve Christ all my days. Christ taught that we should love one another, and by serving our fellow men, we are also serving God. I try to serve my fellow men every day, mostly by small and simple means. I like to smile and say hello as I walk by. I try to hold open doors for people walking through. I try to verbalize how much I appreciate people and give sincere complements. Sometimes I will bake and share cookies with people who have been on my mind.