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Hi I'm Victoria

I grew up in Smithfield, Utah, I am a florist and I'm Mormon.

About Me

I’m a florist and hope to open up my own shop some day. I love volleyball, hiking, being creative, I’ve been to 1 ½ years of college and have been working for the past 4 years and took a break in between to work in The Grand Teton National Park. I LOVE my family, they are my best friends and I can trust and share anything and everything with my sisters. They are annoying and borrow my clothes all the time, but I will do ANYTHING for them no matter the price or sacrifice for myself.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I KNOW this church has the fullness of the gospel and the correct authority to teach completely and wholly the truth and same gospel as Christ taught when he walked the earth. I can feel my Father in Heaven's love for me individually, and he loves me no less or more than all the people who have, do and will live on earth. It is such a strength and comfort to have His guidance and outline how we should live our lives to help our brother's and sisters to reach their full potential and to work towards living eternally with our Heavenly Father again. I continually choose to live how He would have me live because I want to help my brothers and sisters be able to experience the fullness of joy that I have and can continue to have. The way I live is familiar and feels as if I already know what to do and am just remembering, it feels like home.

How I live my faith

I’ve coached Rec Volleyball for the past 4 years each fall and this spring I coached competitive Volleyball. I also ref the women’s volleyball league occasionally every fall and spring. I go to Family Home Evening and sometimes ward prayer. I will be serving a full time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for the next year and a half.