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Hi I'm Trevor

I grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. I love music and soccer. I am a Mormon.

About Me

Well, I love music. So I guess that's the first thing to put on here. I collect instruments. I play mostly all of them mostly well. People always ask how many. I have to count each time for some reason. I play piano, guitar, bass, drums, trumpet, uke, harmonica, dulcimer, ho-bro, I sing a little too. I got a bunch of fun toys. Looking forward to getting my next instrument (saxophone). I play soccer. I'm slow and fat now. So mostly I watch soccer. I enjoy a pickup game of Ultimate Frisbee now and again too. I'm from a family of 10. The oldest am I. Actually if you asked me what my prized possession is, it's them. I go to college to study business. Someday I'm gonna open my own music store. OH, I should mention I have two dogs. They're just little cuddle dogs. They don't do much. That's like the important stuff. I like Spain. I served my mission there, so naturally I like it, but my bias aside, I really like it. Viva España.

Why I am a Mormon

Why I was originally a Mormon? I was born into an LDS family and was taught the Gospel growing up. Why am I still a Mormon? I figured out for myself somewhere along the road that it's actually true. I believe it with all of my heart and I invite you to gain a testimony about it like I did, ask God!

How I live my faith

You know what, explaining how I live my faith is hard. I think just like everyone else I have ups and downs. I think the fact that I go to bed every night with a plan to be better the next day shows what kind of a religion this is. Daily Change. Repentance. For me that's what it's all about. You go out of your way to help others. Keep God's commandments. There's a lot to say. I know that my actions reflect my faith. So if you want to know about faith, check out the actions. Actions speak louder than words.