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Hi I'm Megan

I have lived in a few places but call Idaho home. I have worked many different jobs in food and health care. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently going to school for a Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture with an emphasis in production. Gardening and working with plants is a passion that I have had since I was little. One day I hope to be able to open up a greenhouse or flower shop. I love my family and friends and spend as much time with them as I possibly can. My dad is my best friend. I love baking, cooking, traveling, exploring, and learning new things.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to follow the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because I want to. It is the one place I can go where I can be included and accepted for my differences. I am not a perfect person but as long as I try to continue to better myself, I find that the teachings of this church make sense. I am not required to live the standards, I choose to because it makes life so much easier. It is hard at times but as I have held to my standards, I find a little more inner strength to face each day. I know this is the true and living church on the Earth today. President Monson is a true prophet of God and I would never doubt anything he says because it comes straight from our Father in Heaven. I love my Savior Jesus Christ with all my heart. He is not just my Savior, He is my friend. He knows exactly what I am going through everyday because He experienced all of my pains and sorrows. I am never alone because I know He watches over me constantly.

How I live my faith

I have been active in my ward ever since I was little. My mom taught me to put others before myself, so service is a big part of my life. When I was young, I remember my brothers and I would help our next door neighbors that were too old to take care of their yards by mowing their lawns and watering their flowers. As I have grown up, I have been president over the young women in my ward. Since I left home for college, I have held the position of group leader and Sunday school instructor. Other things I have done are taking care of the young children and helping assist the elderly.