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Hi I'm Dylan

I grew up in Logan, Utah. I help manage a local McDonald's and I can rock out on the drums. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been diabetic since I was 7 years old. I've given myself over 13,000 shots. I'm allergic to many staple foods. But I don't let that get me down! I have many hobbies, including drumming, photography, digital art, sketching, hiking, playing disc golf and racquetball, reading, writing, and building creative things. I work at a McDonald's and I manage a crew almost every day of the week. I attend Utah State University, but am on leave now as I prepare to go on my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the light it brings to my life. I grew up a Mormon but the testimony doesn't always come right away. As I went through my teenage years I started to find out for myself the blessings of this gospel. I came to know that the Book of Mormon is very true, and the blessings that come from reading it are very, very real. As I went through struggles in life, this gospel has been one of the only things I could always count on to be there for me. Now, as I watch others struggle in life, I want to reach out to them and share this gospel and show them how it can help. It's an amazing thing, and I know it's true, with all my heart. The peace and comfort it brings is the best feeling in the world, and this is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Growing up I was in a young men's service group where we helped out people all around our ward. Whether it be chopping and stacking wood for an elderly couple, or shoveling driveways full of snow, we did our work with a smile. There are many blessings that come from serving others, and I'm glad I was able to be a part of that. Now I am a hometeacher in my ward, I visit others to check up on them and see how they are doing in their personal lives. Sometimes these people need help with advice or schooling, and sometimes they are doing great. It's good to know that there are always people watching out for each other.