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Hi I'm Azlynn Rimer

I am a girl with a dream to change the world of education, to have an eternal family, and Yes, I am Mormon

About Me

I love to collect stickers I have been doing it for a while. I am a girly girl who like to play in the mud on occasion. I am the wife of Brandon Curtis Rimer and hope to be able to be a mother in the near future. I am currently going to school to get my associates degree in Psychology. I want to use this degree to build a school that will compete with the current public school system. I am all about education and I get that from my mom. I love my family even when they become a little to bizarre. I am from a family of five with all girls and my parents. I come from a military family where my grandfather on my dad's side was in the United States Air Force, and My dad has recently retired from twenty-one years of military service in the United States Navy. I grew up in Bremerton, Washington for fourteen years and then spent two year in Japan. After I traveled the world, I decided to get down to my studies and go to school in Idaho.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because there was a spirit that drew me to it when I was little. I cannot remember when i first initially went but I may have at a young age asked my grandmother to go with her when my parents were not actively in engaged in the faith. After that I remember being two or three and tag teaming with my older sister convincing our mom to go to church. I remember family of mine always trying to entice us not to church with fun activities but it never worked on us. I have had so many thing that could easily pulled me away but they just never had a strong enough pull on me as my faith in God.

How I live my faith

I do visit the women of the church when I am not moving from place so often. I try to a good member of my faith by being a good example. I do fall short at time but I have learned from my dad that when you make a mistake acknowledge your wrong pick your self up, and move on. It isn't a simple process but it one I am working on perfecting. I volunteer where I am needed and love helping the woman within the congregation.