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Hi I'm Aaron

I'm 20, I'm a brother,a son, an Uncle, I love anything that has a motor, I'm an outdoors enthusiast, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Im 19 years old and I'm loving life. I love almost anything outdoors and I love to fix things especially if it has some kind of motor. I recently finished replacing the motor in my car and I really enjoyed it. I love hiking, camping, fishing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, any type of off-roading, mount'n/ rock climbing, mount'n biking, swimming and running! I also love soccer, I've been playing it ever since I can remember! I was never really exceptional at it but I still loved to play! I was never really good in school because I have a problem with sitting still, but I do like Math and I'm pretty good at it. I like to read even though I didn't learn how to till I was in 4th grade! I did Middle School track all three years and I've been running ever since. just this last May I completed my first Marathon. I come from a Family of 6 Children, I am number 4. I have to fantastic parents, 2 older sisters, an older brother and 2 younger brothers. there is hardly ever a dull moment in our house! Although we had our differences and fought like any normal family would, and as often I thought my parents were the worst in the world, I wouldn't change my life for anything. I love my Family and I will ever be grateful for all the amazing experiences we had and continue to enjoy. I still experience all the heart aces of being a 19 year old guy including the normal girl troubles. I love my dog, My gun, and I love America.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the LDS church and have been a member Since i was 8 years old. There are a lot of stereotypes about growing up in Utah, but I'm here to tell you that its just like growing up anywhere else in that it has all the problems of adolescence and sometimes worse. Because so many people here are members, there is lots of disrespect for our beliefs and choices. Also, lots of kids feel like our beliefs tie them down and restrict them. Many do things that are contrary to what they should. even kids that grew up in the church with you and are your friends. That's why it can be so hard sometimes because its your friends that have the same beliefs as you that are trying to get you to do things you know you shouldn't. I was lucky enough to have strict parents( or so it seemed) when I was growing up. and I say that because I look at my friends who were free to do what they wanted. Many have ended up with drug and alcohol problems and have really messed up there lives. I didn't always like my parents rules when I was a younger, but looking back now I'm so grateful because its easy to see that they did what they did out of their love for me. There were times when it was really hard to do the right thing, say no to something or to do something, but i feel that because I stayed within the church "boundaries" I am now living the happy life that i am! I still have my ups and downs and plenty of problems, but I have a solid foundation that I know I can fall back on in my darkest and most difficult times. My Faith in Jesus Christ has sustained me and I know it will continue to do so through out my life. I would not have gained this knowledge without the help of my loving parents and the Teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. That is why I am, and will continue to be, a Mormon.

How I live my faith

My Parents started me in the scouting program when I was nine and when I turned twelve I joined the Boy Scouts of America. I continued on to earn my Eagle Scout Award and I'm currently trying to help others get theirs. I believe that that foundation has blessed my life. I actively participate in Church and I try to live my Religion. Between those 2 things and my family, I feel I have come to Know God, how to work hard, and how to be a true Man. In high school I was called to be a leader over my peers and help our advisor's plan our activities and events. It was scary at first but I'm grateful for that experience because it helped me gain my self confidence. I fully believe that we lead best by example, and that its the little things we do each day, that really make the difference. Some times it can be hard to stand up for what you believe in, but every time I do, I walk away feeling uplifted and knowing that I did the right thing. I love the feeling of being able to help other people, especially those who cant help themselves. I have recently been called to serve a full-time two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! I will be dedicating the next 2 years of my life to share what I know to be true to the beautiful people of Singapore and Malaysia and I cant wait! I know I have been called of God, through a living Prophet to preach the Restored Gospel of our Savoir, Jesus Christ!