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Hi I'm McKenna

I'm a cookie-baking, bubble-blowing, goofy artist at heart. And yes, I am a Mormon.

About Me

I'm just a normal 20 year old kid trying to find my way in a big, big world. I go to school, work, play, laugh, and cry like the rest of us. I fail, succeed and dream (a guilty pleasure more people should have). Creativity is where I have always found myself. I love music, although I don't play anything. I was never musically talented, so my loving parents helped me to find a different road to channel my creative impulses. Today enjoy the freedoms of painting, drawing and dancing, although none of them professionally. Everything I do is for the pure enjoyment of it. I also love a good book, anything from fantasy to historical fiction. I have always loved to travel and intend to do so until the day I die; so far I have France, England, Spain, Morocco, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Canada and a good portion of the United States under my belt! Whoot Whoot! I also make some wicked chocolate chip cookies, blowing bubbles could (and has) entertain me for hours, laughing and hugs are my favorite, and I firmly believe that all four could solve all the worlds problems. I am currently preparing to go on a mission, for which I am so excited! It will be the challenge of a lifetime and I can't wait to get started!

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon? That's simple. I have a testimony of the Church. The Book of Mormon is real. Christ lives. Joseph Smith, in reality, saw God the Father and His son, Jesus Christ. I have come to know these things as I have gone to church, learned from the witnesses of others, and studied the scriptures for myself. I continue to follow this gospel because it makes me happy. It's not always easy, but it is always worth it.

How I live my faith

Although I may not be the best example of the LDS faith, I do try my hardest, and I believe that is the biggest evidence of any faith: effort, endurance, helping others as much as we can and simply trying to our best while trusting that Christ will help us along.