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Hi I'm Kaeliann

I'm a homeschooled bagpiper who rides a unicycle and loves duct tape, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I've always loved anything different or unique. I like to tell people I'm as unusual as my name. ;D I have in fact been diagnosed with ADD, and I have a tendency to continually move from one hobby to another. I love working with my hands and doing things that are meticulous and detailed. I plan to go to school to become a dentist.. Of some sort. I have yet to decide on a specialty or whether or not I'll stick to general dentistry. My absolute favorite thing is to make other people happy or to help them in some way. I can't stand feeling useless, and there are few things that bother me more than seeing someone struggle when I know I'm capable of assisting. I've found that nothing in this world, apart from the love of one's family, can compare to the joy you can feel when you've done something good for someone else.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and I am so grateful to have been blessed with that from the very beginning of my life. I've given a decent amount of thought to where I would be, what my life would be like, and what I'd be doing with it otherwise. To be perfectly honest, the thought kind of scares me. I struggled with depression in high school, and because of the truths I learned as I was getting through that point in my life, I can count it as a blessing. I have a new outlook and attitude toward life, and I have my church, my family and my God to thank for it. I love my life, my family, the gospel of Christ, and the person I am and can yet become because of it.

How I live my faith

I have had the privilege over the past few months to teach the 6-year-old children's Sunday school class. The kids in my ward (congregation) are just precious, and I've loved helping them learn and learning from them. It's amazing to see how they truly believe the gospel they've been taught. They're so young, but they know it's true. I have been called to serve as a full-time missionary for the church. While I am going to miss the children I've come to adore, I look forward to teaching the word of the Lord to others who have not had the opportunity to hear it.