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Hi I'm Meg

I'm Hard-of-Hearing. I have ADHD. I coach gymnastics (and am a better guys gymnast than girls!) and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Hey! My name is Meg. I am currently attending college. I love to hang out with friends, surf, coach gymnastics, be outdoors, and work with kids with disabilities. I am Hard-of-Hearing, have trouble pronouncing my "R"s sometimes, wears glasses and I have ADHD. Even though I have some disabilities, I don't let them get me down! Instead I just let everyone else enjoy them! I love going on random adventures with friends, and even more love spending time with my family. They are everything to me, and I wouldn't trade them for the world!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a Mormon. Yet, the reason why I am still a Mormon today is not just because I was born and raised one, but because I found out for myself that this is what I need to be. When I first started college I was on my own. I was in a new state in a town that I had never been in, and my family was far away. As the first semester went on I struggled. As I went on throughout the semester, my Faith began to be shaken. I stopped praying, I wasn't reading from the Bible or Book of Mormon, and overall felt lost. My classes were hard, I was homesick and on top of it all I was diagnosed with ADHD. I felt alone, and did not know what to do. So I did the only thing I could think of, I prayed. With my roommate kneeling next to me we prayed, more than once, for help from Heavenly Father through my trials. I had to trust in God that he would help me, as well as continue to do my best to make it through. So I continued to try my hardest to pass my classes. I learned how to work with my newly diagnosed disability, and overall continued to pray for comfort and help. At this point in my life I learned that God does answer prayers. He truly does visit us in our trials. I not only passed my classes, but learned to love being ADHD, and got to see my family at the end of the semester. My prayers were truly answered, and have continued to be answered since. I know that God loves us, that we are truly his sons and daughters, and I am thankful to be a Mormon!

How I live my faith

I live my faith the only way I know how, which is trying my best to be the best person I can be! I do my best to follow Christ's example of loving and serving others. I strive to be obedient by following the commandment's that God has given us, read from the Bible and Book of Mormon, pray each day, attend church every Sunday, and do all that I can to be an example to those around me. Through doing this, my Faith continues to be strengthened as I continue to grow closer to my loving Father in Heaven.