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Hi I'm Kamille Osborne

I grew up in Sandy, then moved to Paradise, UT. I love anything crafty and am crazy for stuffed animals. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I love camels, seriously just look at my room and you'll know. I am a major bronie well since I'm a girl I'm a pegasister, I think Pinkie Pie is most like me but I also love Rainbow Dash I definitely have her tom boy spirit. I'm very artistic, just give some clay and I'll be distracted for hours. I also enjoy craftier projects, making cards, painting birdhouses, creating flower clips, etc. I love to read in my spare time, my favorite genres is historical fiction but I'll always enjoy a good dystopian novel. I have a big fat, blue eyed cat named Snoopy and a fish named Noodle. If I had a chance to pick out a pet I would love to have a turtle or some hermit crabs, really any reptile or amphibian would be awesome. I moved from a city to what seems like the middle of nowhere and since then I've found that I miss quite a few things. Here are some to name a few sidewalks, airplanes and helicopters flying in the sky, grassy lawns, streetlamps, parks, mailboxes(instead of a post office), but mostly I miss my old friends and neighbors.

Why I am a Mormon

I have grown up in the church and I am so blessed to live in Utah where my friends live my same standards. I have only just begun growing my testimony but already I have learned so much about myself. I know that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ love me and want me to go on a mission. I believe that the book of Mormon is true and that this is the true church. I love to go to the temple and I hope to marry there. I love my family and Heavenly Father, in the name of Jesus Christ amen.

How I live my faith

Since I have moved I have also found some new good things in my life and about myself. It was the very end of summer when my family moved so my first interactions with others my own age started at our church. I was glad for this constant because everything had turned upside down. In our first meeting on Sunday I soon learned I was the only 12 year old girl, there weren't any 11 or 13 year olds either. This really freaked me out because at our old church I had 4 other friends my own age. After sacrament we go to Sunday School so I figured that I would just have a class with older girls in them. Wrong again, turned out that while there were no girls my own age there were plenty of boys. After a year of dealing with these boys another girl moved in and six months later another that were both my age. Looking back on this expirience it has definitely taught me to be thankful for my friends that I have now and I am so glad that I am able to be their friend and serve them as the class president.