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Hi I'm Susan

I'm down to earth. Fun loving. kid at heart. love to try new things. I am mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of four, born and raised in glamourous Hollywood, California. I have been blessed with being an aunt to to seven nieces and nephews. I love animals, especially tigers. I am a college student, majoring in animal science and exotic animal training, hoping to one day to be able to work with tigers.. Current occupation is teacher assistant for kids 15-18 trying to achieve their high diploma and GED. On my spare time i like to spend it going to disneyland, or hanging out with friends and family. I am proud to say i am an Honorary Citizen of Disneyland.But more blessed say I am currently about to serve a mission in salt lake city utah.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been fortunate enough to have grown up in the church. I see the change it has had in my life as i was a teenager. I have never been a wild child, and have stuck by the book, and i am grateful for that. I have noticed how being in the church also brings my family together. And just everything the church stands for and believes in just brings joy to my life. I cant imagine where I would be without the gospel in my life. I know for sure i would not be getting ready to serve a mission if i had not been a member of the church. And i feel grateful for all the blessing I have received and keep receiving. It is just a never ending feeling of happiness.

How I live my faith

I try living my faith by making others around happy. I put their need over mine and I make sure any experience is unforgettable for them. I always make myself available to my family, whether it be a ride to run errands or to baby sit. I alway try to say please and thank you, and teach my nieces and nephews to do the same. I also help teach the morning class for the youth inside the church from ages 14-18, which takes place before they attend school.