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Hi I'm Kaitlyn Glaspie

I grew up in Texas, I'm an identical twin, I'm a gymnast, I'm a dancer, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Kaitlyn, my friends call me Kaity. I am currently in high school. I belong to a family of four. I have one sister that looks just like me. We are identical twins. My family and I own four dogs. My family and I have moved around a lot because of my father's job. I miss Texas all the time but I also love all the beautiful aspects of moving to a new place. My hobby is gymnastics. My gymnastics carrer lasted about ten years. During this time, I qualified for five Junior Olympics and attended four of them. My sister and I were very accomplished gymnasts but we eventually got burned out. The sport takes a lot of dedication, time, and hard work. Eventually we began dance instead. I am currently on my high school's Dance Company and I am loving every minute of it.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the truthfulness of this church. This gospel provides me with all of the answers to my questions. Everyday I learn more about this life and why we are here. Our Heavenly Father has a plan for each of us individually. Everything that happens is definitely for a reason. We are given trials and hard times to help us grow more as a person and as children of our Heavenly Father. I have a strong testimony of faith and I received my testimony of faith from one of the hardest trials in my life. We can choose to let the challenges in our life drag us down and weaken us or we can put our trust in The Lord and look for the ways we can grow and benefit from it. The Church Of Jesus Christ has taught me how to be a righteous young women and has given me the key to true happiness.

How I live my faith

I am currently involved in teaching young women my same age and organizing activities for us to not only become closer as a class but also to become closer to our Heavenly Father.