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Hi I'm Cindy

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Utah, I attend BYU, I am the last of 12 children. I enjoy fixing things that are broken, I love the outdoors and almost any sport that can be named. I grew up playing basketball and soccer and running in track and field and cross country. I also was a part of the swim team, marching band, and winter guard. I have an interesting personality. The motto I live by is "The greater the struggle, the more glorious the triumph" -The Butterfly Circus. I hope that someday I can be an example to the world and that I can teach by my experiences and through the trials I have had.

Why I am a Mormon

College was the climax of the darkness and despair I had lost sight of the path of which I was going. I didn't see what hope was left in a world where I didn't even know what my purpose was. I had abandoned the faith of my parents and went on my own road. I encountered sorrow, pain, and fear in the time of which I was lost. I didn't have the direction that I needed. the Relief Society came at a moment where it seemed that the clouds of despair were going to overtake me, Visiting Teachers showed up in my life, and I wasn't very happy to see them at first. Sophomore year of college was still difficult. I was in uncertainty still of what I was to do with life. the storm clouds still rumbled around me as I continued a lonely path in the wrong direction. My existence seemed... un-needed. But I kept moving forward, I wanted to find something to do with my life. I wanted to be happy. Soon General Conference rolled around and the age change happened. I was indifferent to it because I didn't really think that it was something for me. But the idea caught my attention. It sat there and dwelled in my mind, and when people around me started to announce where they were going I was curious. I started to express my interest to my "friends" and they all turned hostile to even the thought of me going. That made me even more determined to go. After Christmas the long process of trying to get my papers in began. I abandoned my "friends" and stayed in my apartment most of the time, then I met some awesome friends of whom were very enthusiastic about the idea of me going on a mission and very supportive. They invited me to go with them places and to hang out and do activities. I was more happy then I had been in a long time. Two weeks before I left on my mission the hurricane of life hit. Every possible distraction was thrown my way. But my inspired friends started to invite me to activities. I made it to the MTC and am serving a full time mission in the Kansas Wichita Mission.

How I live my faith

I am a full time missionary, I serve in the Kansas Wichita Mission. I love it. I live it. I share it.