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Hi I'm Jocelyn

I'm the youngest of eleven kids. I am a dancer, and I am starting my own clothing boutique. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am nineteen years old (soon to be 20) & I will be serving a mission soon. I grew up in a large, loving, & LDS family. I started dancing when I was 3 & continued my love for the sport throughout my late teens & have auditioned for many things including So You Think you Can Dance season 9. I discovered my love for fashion when I was a freshmen in high school, there I learned to sew & create my own designs. I just finished two semesters of college, to which I will continue post mission. I am also a Tumbling and Dance Teacher at a Dance studio in my area, where I teach ages 2-18. My hobbies include; Meeting new people, singing, coloring, hiking, wake boarding, camping, swimming, long boarding, biking, and being with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was fortunate enough to be born into this church. My parents & siblings have been such amazing examples to me & so as I grew up I got the solid foundation from their teachings & experiences of the gospel. I continue to follow the gospel because I know that my family can be together forever, and that's something I want to share with everyone. As I've gotten older I come to understand that the Lord sets such high standards not to make you miserable, but actually to give you eternal happiness. That worldly things will only give you temporary happiness, but the gospel will give you eternal joy & who doesn't want to be happy. I love My Heavenly father, & Jesus Christ. I know that we can be immensely blessed if we are obedient.

How I live my faith

I am currently in a singles ward, & my calling is to plan activities for the women in my ward. Sometimes we do service projects for our community, or activities that will help the women bond & become a second family. I also visit teach other women in the ward once a month & I get to talk to them about their lives, interests, & deliver them the monthly message from our prophets. At the end of each visit we always ask if there is anything we can do for them, & it gives me another chance to serve.