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Hi I'm Paige

I'm from Vancouver Washington. I'm currently serving in the Utah, Provo Mission.

About Me

I've always been interested in all factions of the arts, both performing and visual. I'm bookended by sisters -one older, and one younger - with only two years age difference both ways. I graduated from High School in 2012, receiving honors from the Choir department, Drama department, and Career and Technical Education program; specifically for my work in the the Manufacturing and Technology department in regards to my work in the Metals Technology classes. I completed a three summer Precision Machining internship during and after High School. I have not yet attended any college or technical school, deciding instead to work and save money in preparation for my serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I'm currently serving as a full-time missionary in the Utah Provo Mission

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I know that this restored gospel is what I need in my life to be happy. I have had it witnessed to me that this is where I need to be, and I have seen the positive affect that this church has had in my life. Through trials and through blessings, this church, it's members, and it's teachings have gotten me through and have made me happier than I could be anywhere else.

How I live my faith

I had the opportunity to serve with the full-time Sister Missionaries serving in my congregation by coordinating their dinner appointments with the other members of my ward. I often was asked to teach Sunday School classes on basic principles of the gospel the active members of our ward, and investigators who were simply interested in what we believe in. I often talk about my activities in the church, and give multiple opportunities for friends to ask me questions about our beliefs.