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Hi I'm Hailey

I am a proud LDS teenager who was has grown up in the the gospel and loves it with all my heart.

About Me

I have grown up in the gospel and you will never catch me saying that I wish otherwise. I wouldn't change my situation for the world. I have and amazing mom who works hard for everything, and has achieved about everything. A dad who has a firm testimony about this gospel and has the priesthood. I have two beautiful sisters. One older and one younger. (Yes I am in the middle.) I love the color coral blue. Singing and drawing are the gifts God gave me on this earth, and I am proud to use them. I also love animals, and my one true dream is to live on a farm and own goats again.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. And to be honest, I cannot imagine a life without knowing I have a Heavenly Father who loves me, and a Brother (Jesus Christ) who also loves me. I feel bad for anyone who has ever felt that void in their life. As a mormon, I don't want anyone to think our life is perfect or whole. My dad has almost died on me a couple times through my life and not one time did he walk out of the hospital without a priesthood blessing saying he would. I am not saying I enjoy trials, I don't think anyone does. But I know that we cannot know happiness without suffering. If a child and a father are walking, and the child trips on a rock and scrapes their knee. The father wasn't their to make it happen, but the father is their to help his child get back up and to heal his child.

How I live my faith

I was a former beehive president. When the bishop asked if he could see me; I was so scared that he might ex-communicate me from the church. But he had no reason! It only turned out I was assigned beehive president. That was a good calling. I didn't know all the girls, but I found a new love for all of them.