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Hi I'm Debra Dawn Fullmer

I grew up in the small town of Fillmore UT. I graduated from BYU and I'm now serving a mission in Tucson AZ.

About Me

I graduated from BYU in 2011. I love to sew and minored in it there. I am from a very small town and I love to do small town stuff like, shooting guns, riding four-wheelers, and being in the mountains. I am the oldest of 4 kids and I love my little brothers and sister very much. I am very family oriented and love being around them. I also love going to movies. I'm pretty easy going about things and it doesn't matter what I do if I'm around the people that I love.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up LDS but fell away when I reached college years. I was a little lost and not making decisions that made me feel good. My decisions made me feel out of control, chaotic and dramatic. I felt like a was being tossed in the wind. It seemed like I had zero consistency in my life. After I graduated from BYU and I didn't have homework and tests to distract me, I thought a lot about my happiness. What made me happy? What was the purpose of life? What should I spend all my spare time doing when school was over? While I was pondering things I decided that the only way to know was by trial and error. I was always LDS and believed in its teachings but never lived it fully so I decided I would give it a shot. Live my religion 100%. Well as much of 100 % as I could. My testimony grew slowly. I gained my testimony one step and principle at a time. The more I lived it the happier I was. I still had problems like everyone else but I felt peace. Not crazy excited highs but no crazy lows either. I was level and consistent for the first time in my life. I would even say peaceful. I am Mormon for the way it makes my life level and the feeling a peace I get.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving a mission in Tucson AZ.