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Hi I'm Bailey

I grew up in a small town in Idaho, where I learned the importance of working hard and family; and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love being active. The outdoors, recreational activities, and sports are a huge part of my life. Growing up I loved to be involved, and stayed busy participating in a variety of activities. I graduated with a Professional Sales degree, and am now working full time to help support my husband as he continues through school. I got married just over a year ago and it has been the happiest time in my life. It is such a blessing to come home and be with your best friend every day, and be able to enjoy the small and simple things that life has to offer. I cannot wait to see where life continues to take us, and cannot wait to be a mother and raise a family. Life is such a wonderful thing.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because there is nothing in this world that gives me more perspective in life and why I am here. Knowing my purpose and what I am supposed to be doing every day gives me great hope and joy in the future and the opportunities that await. We all face storms, and we need something that can help us to see the sunlight in those storms and pull us out of our darkest hour. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gives us that light to continue to move forward and see the direction in which we need to go towards happiness and peace. It is during these difficult times that the gospel gives me hope for a brighter tomorrow. When we travel through these struggles, we all have the need of a friend, or someone who is there for us to help us and lift us up. Our Heavenly Father and Savior are always there for us if we have the faith to turn to them in those times of need. I have needed that life line countless times, and have been able to find comfort and hope. I have been a member for my entire life, as has my family for generations. The gospel means everything to me and my life without it would be drastically different. I am grateful for my heritage and for the strong principles that have been taught to me through example. These principles continue to guide my life, as I hope they will my children's and their children's.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a friend and serving when there is a need. I have been a teacher, a pianist, and am currently in a Relief Society presidency, in which I've been able to learn more than I ever thought possible. The spirit gave me and continues to give me these opportunities so I can be taught, rather than only teach and participate. This I know.