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Hi I'm Lindy

I'm a Mormon and I am happy.

About Me

I am studying Art History because of my passion for art and history. I love stories and kind people. I like riding my bike leisurely and listening to music constantly. I enjoy spending time with my friends and family but I also need time for myself to reflect on life or just to sleep. I enjoy comedy, because it makes me happy. I love this church because the knowledge it gives me offers me true and everlasting happiness. And I like that.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised LDS. This religion has always been in my life, constant and unwavering. I have always believed the church was true, and my testimony has grown everyday. We have a lot of questions in our lives: Why are we here? Where are we going? What is our purpose? I have found the answers through this church. Of course, there are many things that we do not know, and will not until time allows--but that, to me, is one of the best things about this church. We will be constantly learning more and more and time progresses. The mysteries of this gospel intrigue me and make me want to know more and more. I love being LDS. Knowing that I can be with my family eternally is the cherry on top of a delicious Mormon sundae. Super tasty.

How I live my faith

I am called as a missionary, serving in the Texas Houston Mission. I will be serving between August of 2013 till around February of 2015. (WHOO!)

Why is it important for us to take care of our bodies? Why are our bodies called temples of God in the Bible?

"Our bodies are a gift from God. One of the greatest gifts He could ever give us. They help us to become more like Him. It is important to take care of our bodies because of how sacred they are to God and to us. I've grown up with the saying, "My body is a temple." I intend to keep it as clean and as pure as God would expect to keep any of His temples clean. Show more Show less