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Hi I'm Tricia Pratt

I love running, cooking, and gardening. I'm a student and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a student studying Pre-Dietetics. I love spending my free time singing and dancing while I cook. I have a passion for vegan/raw foods and would love to become a raw foods chef. I love a good long run as well. I have run a half marathon and can't wait to run another one! I also enjoy family history, crafts (especially sewing!), and spending time with my adorable nephew!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it affects every aspect of my life for good. My relationships are stronger because I learn how to love people more effectively; I work harder because I know what I am working for; I am debt free because I have learned how to budget and manage finances through lessons taught at church; I am happy because I have no addictions or guilt; In short, I have a strong sense of purpose and have been taught how to be completely independent through the lessons I have learned in being a Mormon. I am also a Mormon because of the spiritual experiences I have had throughout my life. I have learned that when I have questions to ask or decisions to make, I can turn heavenward and find the exact answers I need. There is a comfort, a peace, reassurance and confidence that comes from within as I study the scriptures or pray that I cannot find anywhere else on earth. I am a witness to an entourage of miracles on a regular basis because I have been taught how to recognize them. I cherish all the moments I have seen the hand of God directly influencing my life. He has become my dearest friend and counselor throughout the course of my life and He can become the same to all those who diligently seek Him.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by helping people research their ancestors. I also take time daily to teach individuals or families about my faith in their homes or other familiar settings.