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Hi I'm Savanna

I live in the beautiful state of Montana and spend lots of my time outdoors. I love to laugh and create. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am now serving a mission in Brazil. I did my first year of college before I left and i'm studying to be a dental hygienist. I am an artist, a big sister, and a major goofball. I love my family and we enjoy camping and hiking together. When something doesn't go as planned, its not wrong, it's just an adventure; that's my motto for life. I write bucket lists, read books, and ride a ripstick. I work a job full of variety (just the way I like it!) as a personal assistant, doing everything from ironing to making medicine for my boss's company. I'm compassionate, headstrong, and a people person.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church, but it is 100% my decision that I am active and strong as a member now. I am a Mormon because I love being so! I was once asked why i was so enthusiastic about my religion and answered that it was because I know it's the truth and that it makes me happier than any other thing can ever make me! I am serving a mission because I want other to have the same access to this beautiful gospel that I do! I am a Mormon because I love the life that I lead being so! I can live having the comfort and the guidance Holy Spirit always and I know that I can return to my Heavenly Father someday. I can repent when I make a mistake and I know that if I wasn't a Mormon, I most likely would not have a knowledge of these amazing truths!

How I live my faith

I mostly live my faith by trying to set an example, I basically do whatever I think the Lord would be proud of. I love my faith and I try to show that in my words and actions. I have served as the president of a class of young women ages 17 & 18, a visiting teacher, and a representative on the stake youth committee. I organized a service project the all the LDS youth in my valley. I attended a high school that didn't have very many LDS students, and so I stood out, and earned myself the nickname "Mormon."