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Hi I'm Aubrey

A not-so-southern belle, a big sister, and best of all- a Mormon.

About Me

I'm the middle child. I have two older brothers and two younger brothers. I know that sounds like tough livin', but I'm the one who always had her own bedroom growing up! Lucky me! We grew up in Southern California but moved across country to Georgia shortly before I turned 17. I miss the beach, but I'm enjoying the lake near my home. (Water-boarding is HARD!) I'm a part-time student through BYU-Idaho's amazing "Pathways" program. I'm an enthusiastic learner and I take my education very seriously, but somehow I always manage to sneak a little extra 'fun' into my busy schedule.

Why I am a Mormon

I think life without the Gospel of Jesus Christ would be like a 1920's black and white movie- dark, hard to see, and soundless. But because I am privileged to be apart of the Mormon church, which is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, that 'movie' is given color, and music, and the features are sharper and clearer to the eye. The Gospel of Jesus Christ improves the quality of that movie- just as it continues to improve the quality of my life every single day. I am all that I am because of the wisdom of a loving Father in Heaven, who sent his Son to be the savior of the world and establish the same Church I attend each week. I am a better person, humbler in my heart, stronger in tribulation, and happier everyday because I feel my Savior's love.

How I live my faith

For the past year I've been a Sunday School teacher. I taught the 3-4 year old class. I was responsible for teaching eleven preschoolers (ELEVEN!) for two hours every Sunday afternoon. What a blessing this has been for me! They taught me the value of preparation, patience, organization, constancy, and rainbow-colored goldfish crackers. It was one of the most challenging, entertaining, and rewarding years of my life. I've since been given a much easier Sunday assignment- the twelve and thirteen year old girls.