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Hi I'm Georgia Morton

UK girl, dancer and an A level student. I'm also a Mormon

About Me

I was born in the nice end of Birmingham (yes, there is such a place) and moved to Wales with my Mum when I was three. I have an older step brother, and three little sisters that I love very much. I'm a dancer, A level student and top sleeper. I love the idea of moving away from home, travelling to different countries and discovering different things. New people, languages and cultures interest me and the summer is my favourite time of year to get away.

Why I am a Mormon

I was brought up in the Church and always knew right from wrong, due to being taught well by my mother I didn't know anything other than the church principles of doing unto others as you would have them do to you. For a time I lived with my Mum in my grandparent's house, whilst there I learnt many different things including how great it is to have family around you, how great my Grandy's cooking truly is and how different your life can be without the church. I learnt very little of the world outside of my bubble of growing up in the church until I came to High School, and experiencing a few things I've learnt that being a Mormon is definitely better. Since coming home from my first EFY I decided to strengthen my faith due to the amazing role models I was able to be taught by. Since then I have turned 17 and am serving my first calling as the Stake's Young Women's Secretary, learning under the Stake Young Women's President. Who I'm lucky enough to call Mum.

How I live my faith

I am serving my first stake calling, at the age of seventeen. I love my calling as I'm able to understand the youth and am able to use personal experiences to try and make them happier in the church. I express how faithful I am through service as I have been brought up to know this is the most important in life, whether you're in the church or not.