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Hi I'm Kiley

I love my family and peanut butter chocolate milkshakes. I enjoy playing sports. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the fifth out of seven children. My family is very close and we love spending time together. I grew up on what we liked to call a "mini farm". We raised some cows, chickens, we planted large gardens every year and we had a dog. Now many of my siblings are married and I enjoy having an even larger family. I just recently received my associate's degree from Brigham Young University- Idaho. I am going to be on a mission in Colorado Springs for a year and a half and hope to finish up my schooling when I return. I am excited to serve a mission and hope to bring others to Christ. When I come home, hopefully I will be able to decide what I want to major in. It has been a difficult decision for me. I love to play sports. Throughout all my life I have been involved in many extracurricular activities and I know that they have blessed my life greatly. Some of my favorite sports include softball, soccer, basketball and volleyball. I wish I could just play all day! I love meeting new friends. I believe one smile or hello can brighten a person's day. I cherish my interaction with others and hope that I can bless the lives of the people around me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for many different reasons. My parents were members of the church when I was born so I have been taught the principles of the gospel all of my life. As I grew, I began to understand the gospel more fully and was able to decide for myself if I thought that this was the church I wanted to remain in. Through study and prayer I have learned for myself that this is the true gospel Through the teachings of this gospel, I know that I am truly a daughter of God. This knowledge has helped me to understand my purpose on this Earth and the individual worth that I have. I have a path that I want to follow, a goal that I am working hard to achieve. I know that it is only through these teachings that I will be able to someday live with my Heavenly Father again.

How I live my faith

I have taught Sunday school for young children and for adult women. When I was a teenager, I was many times the girl in charge of putting together the youth activity that we have every week. All of these have helped my to grow and learn. I am so grateful the many chances that i have had to serve.