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Hi I'm Blair

I grew up in Las Vegas, NV. I am a part of a blended family. I'm serving a mission in Wisconsin. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am one of 17 siblings. My parents divorced and have since remarried other people. I have 3 blood related brothers, 9 step brothers, and 4 step sisters. I love reading fantasy novels, hiking through forest trails, and swimming in the ocean. Although I've been to college and am close to getting my Bachelor Degree, I really just want to get married and be a stay at home mother. I made this decision based on my experience of growing up with my single working mother. I will always be thankful for the work she put into both work and raising my brothers and I, but it also made me realize the great absence in the home with a working mother.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Gospel, however I am not Mormon simply because my parents are. It is through personal experiences that I have chosen to stay with the church and to serve a mission. When my father left my mother I remember going to bed crying. I felt alone, abandoned, and forgotten. I remember curling up in my bed and offering a prayer to my Heavenly Father. Although I don't remember the words of my simply child's prayer, I do remember feeling a calm peace come over me. As if a soft, warm blanket had been placed upon my shoulders. That feeling has stayed with me through the years and is something I will never forget.

How I live my faith

I was assigned to teach the Sunbeams (3-4 year olds) in my ward. My lessons were kept short, mostly filled with interactive songs and dances with a art project for them to make and take home. I am now serving a 18 month mission in the Milwaukee Wisconsin Mission. I talk to a lot of people each day and share my beliefs and how Jesus Christ suffered, bled, and died for them and that He lives!