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Hi I'm Kylee

I love all things artistic. I enjoy being with those I love. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I've lived in Utah my whole life. Growing up I was always a bit shy and afraid to be around people I didn't know very well, but I've completely changed now. Through various experiences in school classes, music performances, gaining great friends, and getting out of my comfort zone I've become someone who likes to speak in front of people. I love to get to know others. My family and friends are very important to me. Music is part of who I am; I play all things percussion and the piano. I hope to learn how to play many more instruments! I have my Master Esthetician license and am looking to work in a medical facility such as a dermatologists office. I also love drawing, writing, photography, filming, and computer graphics.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are both members of the LDS church so I grew up as a Mormon. I always attended church, learned a lot, and enjoyed myself. But it wasn't until I was about 14 years old that I felt a change in my heart. I began to understand how important it is to go to church. As I began reading my scriptures and praying, I felt great inside. I love being a member of the LDS church. The most important values and knowledge I possess have come through my learning in the gospel. I know that I am a child of God and that Heavenly Father knows me personally. I can be forgiven of any mistakes I make. My family will be with me forever. The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith; it is the most true book on the Earth. I will forever strive to be better than I have been. I will always help others come to find the truthfulness of the gospel and the joy it brings!

How I live my faith

I am part of a small group of people in my ward that visits other members of the ward who we haven't seen for a while. We inform those we visit of upcoming activities and make sure they feel welcome. I've also been a youth leader over a group of young women in my ward. I helped organize weekly activities, make everyone feel included, and had fun with them :)