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Hi I'm Annelise

I'm a first grade teacher. I love to travel. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm from Salt Lake City Utah. I love to read books, cook, sing, and play the guitar. I'm a first grade teacher and work with students with disabilities. I love to travel and meet new people. I served a mission in Houston Texas South speaking Spanish.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon? Well, it brings daily peace to my life! Knowing that I can communicate daily to my Father in Heaven and share with Him my struggles, pains, sadnesses, fears, joys, makes life better. Knowing that my Lord and Savior has already suffered for me, was resurrected, and lives today to help me is so comforting. One of the things that I love about the gospel is knowing that we have a living prophet who communicates with Heavenly Father and leads and directs His church! For me this brings so much peace. Knowing that in these trying times The Lord still is aware of His children and helping us along each and every day. I'm a Mormon because it brings me daily happiness and joy. It brings me the strength that I need to go through this hard world and share the joy of Jesus Christ and the opportunity to change and become better each and every day! I love this gospel! I love the Savior Jesus Christ! I'm so blessed to have the knowledge that I have and to be able to better myself each and every ey.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is one of those things that I try to improve each and every day. My goal is to be like the Savior and to bless the lives of others. I work with many children with disabilities and am amazed at what they teach me daily. I do a lot of family history work trying to track down my ancestors so that I can know where I've come from and what these people were like. As we are taught in the scriptures, becoming a better person is a daily act, line upon line, precept upon precept. It's not something that happens over night. Each day I do my best and try to do better.