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Hi I'm Caleigh

I love my bike, baby blanket, water bottle and chocolate milk. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hey! I am the middle of 7 children. Smack in the middle. When my parents told us they were expecting another kid, I said, "Aw man! I'm going to be the middle child?!" Turns out it has been the best blessing in my life. I would rather hang out with my family than anyone else. I love my family! We love to play hide and seek, drink chocolate milk and play in the rain. I am currently serving a mission in the New Hampshire Manchester Mission. I love the people of New England and love the Lord. There is no where I would rather be than here in beautiful New England.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but that doesn't mean I knew that it was true from the beginning. It took a lot of trials, prayer and studying before I was able to understand the gospel. This is Christ's gospel and He leads and directs it.

How I live my faith

The only way one can teach is if they have knowledge and really know if the things they are teaching are true. I try really hard to be an example to those around me. One of my favorite quotes is ,"Be yourself because everybody else is taken." God gave us each unique gifts to help us through life. Our task is to figure out our talents and put them to use! One of the greatest experiences I have had was when I had the opportunity to go to India for a humanitarian trip and to teach English. I was working in a school with some underprivileged children. As a group we decided to do something special for the kids. We decided to buy them new shoes and socks. We measured their feet and bought the shoes as a surprise for the next day. We showed up with buckets and 40 pairs of shoes. We washed their feet, just as Christ did, and gave them new shoes. Many of these kids had never had their own pair of new shoes. It doesn't have to be as elaborate as going to India to live your faith. People can see it in the way we carry ourselves. As I am on a mission right now in Vermont, I am able to meet many people. One lady came up to us and told us she admired how we were so confident and respectful. You never know who may be watching you.