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Hi I'm Stacey

I love to travel. I believe that being nice can change the world. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town in Utah. I am very close with my family. I have the greatest parents a girl could ask for. I have one older sister and two brothers; one here on earth with me and one watching out for me in heaven. I miss him everyday but know I’ll see him again. I was born 3 weeks after by best friend who lived across the street. We have been friends our entire lives. I love to travel and dream to seeing the world. There is so many people and places to see and learn from. I have a bachelor’s degree in Communications and work a 9-5 job in downtown Salt Lake City that I love. I want to start my own Non-Profit foundation one day. There are so many people who need help, who need to know they are loved, and need to know that no matter what they are going through everything will work out. I would say I’m the lucky to live the life I have, but I know it’s much more than that. I’m so very BLESSED!

Why I am a Mormon

I’m a Mormon because it makes me happy! I’m happy because I get to choose how to live my life. No one ever told me I had to believe or had to follow certain rules. I did and still do so because those choices bring me the most happiness. I’m happy because I can go to church on Sunday and feel loved, important, and most of all feel purpose. I’m happy because I know I will get to be with my family forever. When my older brother passed away it was the saddest, hardest, worst time in my life and my families lives. But the one thing that kept us all going, the one thing that gave us hope was our knowledge that our family would be together again. I know that Jesus Christ made it possible. And that brings me more happiness then anything else ever could.

How I live my faith

I believe that being nice matters. I try to treat everyone with kindness and respect. We never know what someone might be going through or what may be happening behind closed doors. Every human being is a child of God and deserves to be treated as such. I had the opportunity to serve in my church for 4 years. One of my main purposes in that time was to find women who were struggling and help them. We made weekly visits, trying to make sure these beautiful young adult women knew they had a friend and knew they were loved by us and by their Father in Heaven. I can truly say that my capacity to love grew. There is room to love everyone, no matter what differences there may be.