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Hi I'm Nicole

History nerd, language major, gamer and....wait for it.... a Mormon!

About Me

A true Washingtonian and American, with the occasional outbursts towards other nations. I absolutely love learning about other languages and cultures, and plan to major in languages once I complete my mission in Siberia. After 4 years of Japanese in highschool, that of course is a must, along with German, because no matter if people tend to think German is an ugly and/or harsh language, it will always sound beautiful to me. And yes, I do realize that I am learning the languages of my country's greatest enemies of the last 70 years. History also plays a huge part in my love for the cultures. I cant get enough of it! You know that we can be friends when the majority of your jokes consist of history and/or cultural stereotypes. But no matter how many languages I learn and even if I want to visit Europe so badly, I am still AMURICAN. (If it's hard to tell, I'm also pretty patriotic. I love video games as well, mainly nintendo, since that's my childhood. But sadly, I have never caught a shiny pokemon.

Why I am a Mormon

Like so many others, I was born into the church. I grew up with it, and know nothing but this life. However, I am extremely grateful for it. As I grew and my dependence fell onto my own shoulders, I had to decide for myself if being a Mormon was something that I really wanted to do; if I really believed in these teachings. And it was during my mid-teenage years when I finally figured it out for myself. It was a gradual process to say the least, but I really did discover its thuthfulness, and I could not imagine my life without this knowledge and these values. I love Jesus Christ. I love God. I love my family. And I always want to feel their love in my life.

How I live my faith

I strive to live my faith by the way I act and think. I want to be like Chirst. Though I know that is an impossible goal, I know that nothing but good will come from this goal. I want to be kind. I want to be charitable and virtuous. I want to be happy, and always be able to find the good things in people and in life. I want to be different from others in how I act and just live my life. I have seen enough in this world to know how I don't want to live, and my faith helps me achieve that.