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Hi I'm Josephine

I grew up in Mesa, AZ. I love life and I love being happy! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name's Josephine. I am going to be serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Tampa Florida, woo-hoo! I love my life. My favorite things to do are listen to music, read, and write, write, and write more! Writing is my passion! I want to study to become an Orthodontist, my dream job! I have 5 sisters, 2 nieces, and 1 nephew. My family is everything to me. I love them with all my heart. I love Panda Express I could eat there everyday. I love Taylor Swift, she's amazingly amazing. I went to her concert back in 2013 and it was one of the best days ever. I love life and I know it's just going to get better. God is amazing. I LOVE BEING HAPPY. Happiness is the most best feeling in the world! I love it, and I love you too :) Oh, my favorite band is Brand New, I love playing baseball, and I love taking walks during perfect sunny days!

Why I am a Mormon

I've been a mormon all my life. When I was in 10th grade is when I finally gained my own testimony. I know that this is the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. I know Joseph Smith was a true prophet. This Gospel has brought me so much happiness. Nothing can make me happier than this. I'm grateful that we have a living prophet and that we receive revelation through him. This church is everything to me. It has changed my life. It makes me want to be a better person everyday. I love being LDS!!

How I live my faith

Well, every week I go to Church with my family and I love it. Sometimes in class I have the job of translating from Spanish to English because there are some women that don't speak Spanish. I love studying the scriptures. There is not a day I don't do it. I love reading church books and I enjoy spending my time listening to General Conference talks!