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Hi I'm Nick

I was born and raised in cache valley, Utah. I love spending my time outdoors with friends. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love music, more specifically, I LOVE to sing. I have begun recording an album through a very good friend in a relatively high place in the music industry. I love spending my time with my three very closest friends, one of those friends is serving his mission in South Africa, and another one of those three will be leaving march 20th for the Alpine German speaking mission. I could brag on these guys forever. Friendship is, obviously, a very big deal to me. I love listening to music as well. I love all genres. Music just... releases my soul and allows me to soar. To be truly free. My favorite two seasons (because I can't pick just one) are spring and late summer. I love the smell of spring and the warm glow of a late summer sun. When weather permits, I like to find a comfortably private place outside to watch the sun set behind the Wellsville mountains. I like to take walks by myself to ponder and to clear my head. I live close to the mountains so I often find myself wandering along some game trail or sparsely used hiking trail. I love to think. I am a very deep thinker. I love to write poems. I find it difficult to speak the way I think. So when I can write down my thoughts and feelings and emotions on a piece of paper... It's like sharing my mind and soul, my true self with the world. I love to read. When I find a book that I love, I will hardly put it down until I finish with the whole series. As for my taste in books... I love any novel with a medieval-ish type setting.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church. All my life I have had friends and family who are very strong in the church and have been incredible examples to me. Although, it is safe to say that I wouldn't even be around if it wasn't for missionary work. You see, my mother was born in England, not into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. One day there was a knock on her door. It was the Mormon missionaries. To make a long story short, my grandmother, uncle and mother were converted soon thereafter. They were all baptized and my grandmother and her kids (my mom and uncle) moved over here, to the good old USA. Where my grandma married the missionary that had converted them. then moved to Utah where my mother met my father. And lo and behold, here I am. Serving a mission of my own. I can't wait for the opportunity to bring families together and to spread the gospel to the good people of Chile. And, maybe, I can do the same thing for someone on my mission that has been done for me and my family. Because without those missionaries who converted my family, I would not be here with the family I have and the friends that I hold so dear.

How I live my faith

I attend a singles ward and very much enjoy making new friends through activities my ward holds. Such as home evening, ward prayer, ect. One of my favorite things to do is play lightning as a ward after ward prayer. I've never been much good at basketball, but I have a blast. Even just standing around after sacrament meeting and chatting with people is a great way to get to know someone you may want to get to know. Church gives us so many opportunities to meet so many loving people. I love that. As for my community, I help out around my neighborhood wherever help may be needed. Helping new families moving in, old friends moving away, shoveling snow, raking leaves, ect. It's the little things that seem to matter the most to people.