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Hi I'm Katrina

I grew up in a small town in Idaho. I work on a small dairy with my three brothers and my parents. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town. With three brothers and no sisters it was fun growing up. We fought all the time and I thought they hated me. As I got older though we became friends. Now we are all really close and enjoy being in each others company. We all work hard on our small dairy as a family. One of my favorite things to do on the farm is to feed the baby calves that we have. I'm currently attending college with the hope of becoming a teacher. I'm a happy person by nature. A few things that I enjoy are reading, crafting, baking, and I am currently trying to write several books.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the LDS church. I grew up being taught the gospel principles. The simple words that were placed before me all they way up to the complex words that they use now to explain the same principles have always made since, but this is not the reason that I have chosen to remain a Mormon. It is for the simple reason that I follow Jesus Christ through serving others. Christ was the perfect example of selfless service. Service is one the way that I find myself. It was once said that you can only find yourself once you have truly lost your self in the work of the Lord. When I am doing service is when I am truly at my happiest. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

When I was little I showed my faith by helping the older ladies in our community weed there garden and by helping clean their houses. Many years latter I find that I am still doing the same thing. I sow my faith the most when I am helping others. I have never felt it more strongly then when I'm on my hands and knees pulling another weeds. The older I get the more responsibility that is placed upon my shoulders. I have taught my peers, lead my fellow young women, and have stood before the congregation and led them in song. How do I live my faith? I live it every day from the time that I awake until I fall asleep. All I do is try to be the best person that I can be. I try to live with a positive air. When I was young it might have been forced know it is just as easy for me as breathing. It takes a lot for me to be negative anymore.