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Hi I'm Kelsey

I love to laugh. I love to dance. I love exploring different cultures. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I am the 3rd of 4 kids in my family. I now have a wonderful sister-in-law, an awesome brother-in-law, and the best nephews and niece on the planet! I was born in Colorado, grew up in Michigan, moved to Idaho when I was 16, lived in Maryland/DC for 18 months, and now I live in California with my husband. I grew up dancing. Whether it was in the studio, or in the kitchen, I was always dancing. Ballet is my passion! I haven't decided what I want to be when I grow up, yet. Though, I figure it will be something with cultures of the world. Culture and history fascinate me!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I believe that God loves us, His children. Through the gospel of Jesus Christ taught through the Bible and the Book of Mormon together, I have come to know my Savoir more personally. It was the scriptures and my wonderful parents that taught me to pray. I have had SO many prayers answered in my life, an one of them was to know if I needed to be a part of this church. I had been avoiding it for almost 2 years, but when I asked, I received the overwhelming answer of YES. I know that Heavenly Father hears and answers our prayers, and that He will always point us in the right direction.

How I live my faith

I love being involved with as many things in the church as I can! I love planning activities for the youth, I loved teaching little kids about Jesus, and I loved serving a mission in the DC area for 18 months. For me, religion isn't just for Sunday. It's a 7 day thing- There is no break. I try to be a follower and an example of Jesus Christ everyday, the best way I know how. Whether it's just a friendly smile to a random stranger, or it's helping a friend through the loss of a loved one, I'm always asking myself, "What would Jesus do?"