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Hi I'm Kimberly

I love to laugh. I enjoy a mean game of racquetball. I am a cellist. But most importantly I am a Mormon!

About Me

All though I was born in Wyoming I grew up in West Texas, so I proudly consider myself a Texan. I am the youngest of five children, and my siblings are my best friends. I find most sports to be enjoyable, I love playing volleyball, soccer, racquetball, and long distance running. I would strongly discourage having me on your softball team however, I was definitely not put into this world to play that sport. I am currently attending college and am double majoring in Music Performance and Music Therapy. I am a cellist, it is the coolest instrument every created, and I am not biased at all. I play the piano and had the chance to learn guitar last semester at school! I think music is so amazing and I am extremely grateful for it. I can not spell nor sew to save my life. I can be a bit of a dork. I love puns, and I love to laugh!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because God has shown me hope and offered me peace, and the world never could. I have been brought to my knees with a broken heart on many occasions, asking whether or not this church is true, and if the Book of Mormon is true. God answers prayers, and He answered my prayers. This is how I know. I am never more happy then when I am being obedient to God's commandments, and I am never more miserable when I am not. I am a Mormon because I know God is real, and I know He loves me. He is the provider of peace. His mercy is so amazing, and overwhelming. This is why I am a Mormon, and being a Mormon is a part of who I am.

How I live my faith

Some times God asks me to do things that I personally feel unqualified to do, or I feel incompetent. However, I try to live my faith by doing what is asked of me, having faith that God will make up for my short comings. Through out high school and now in college I have been asked to play the organ at church. I wasn't very skilled at playing the hymns, and I had no idea how to play the organ. However, God put people in my life that taught me, and I had experiences that made me learn. Something that I feared and stressed a lot about has now become a great blessing and something that I enjoy! I learned from this experience that no matter what God asks of me, it is possible, and it will be for my own good. All I can do is my very best, and that is what God requires. I can live my faith, by having faith in Him.