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Hi I'm Krysta

I have 4 siblings. I've moved 9 times. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived in several different states, mostly in the east. I love crafts and reading and duct tape and Doctor Who! I went to a semester of college and then came home and decided to serve a mission. In the mean time, I nannied 4 boys a few times a week. I like being able to just sit outside in cooler weather and relax with a good book. I grew up Mormon and have been devoted my whole life.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that since I grew up Mormon, people say I'm still Mormon because I didn't have a choice. But that's not true. I have always loved this church and gospel but I chose to be baptized. I chose to continue being active. Even though I had days where I just didn't want to go. I didn't see what the big deal would've been if I hadn't gone for one day. But, I went week after week and my testimony grew stronger. I had so many different experiences in school that if I hadn't gone to church, I might've been dragged down farther and farther. Going to church has helped me better teach people about my religion and be steadfast and immovable at all times. I can't even count all the ways the gospel has blessed me and how great it makes me feel to be apart of this church. After moving 9 times, it's nice to know that wherever I go, I have a ward family.

How I live my faith

I have alway been faithful in the church. I have served in different presidencies and helped organize and put together different activities. However, having gone to 4 different high schools, it was sometimes hard to live up to your standards when you didn't know anyone else with them. It would've been easier to quit and do drugs, get piercings, and curse like everyone else would do. Like they all wanted me to do. But, I stood firm in my faith even though I was the only one I knew of in my school. It was hard, but I was blessed for it. And I came out of that trial so much stronger than before.