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Hi I'm Meg

I'm obsessed with hiking. I'm studying music education. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My hometown is really close to Zion National Park. I love hiking there and other surrounding beauties that our Lord has created for us. I like to wakeboard and spend time at the lake. Lake Powell is probably my heaven on Earth. :) I like to sing in the shower, play the piano and the ukelele, but my main instrument is my violin. I've been playing violin since I was 4 years old. Music has been a big part of my life ever since and I can't imagine life without it! I was studying violin performance, but decided to switch to music education so that I can share my love of music with others.

Why I am a Mormon

There are many faiths out there. I know it can be hard and confusing, but that's the beauty of this church. Life doesn't have to be hard and confusing all the time. You will still have trials in your life, but it is so much easier with the Lord on your side. I have never experienced more joy in my life than when I am a part of this church. A part of our savior, Jesus Christ's church. Here you will find refuge and relief from the troubles of the world. We believe that we are all brothers and sisters and have a Heavenly Father who loves us and cares for us individually. He is real, He lives, and wants us to return to Him, but He wants us to enjoy the journey as well. Being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can help you realize all of the things. Everyone is a child of God and can come and feel His love and I invite you to do so.

How I live my faith

In my singles ward I played piano for our services and also prepared activities for the members of my ward on Sunday nights. We would start with a hymn, play a game, get to know the other members in the ward, then end with a prayer. It's so fun to get involved with the ward. I loved every one and had a blast while I was there. Recently I have been called to serve in the Sendai, Japan LDS mission. I will be living there for a period of 18 months proselyting to the people of Japan. I can hardly wait!