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Hi I'm Kyleigh Tyler

I love high heels, yellow roses, and snow. I'm always up to trying new things. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to travel and explore new cultures. I would rather read the book than watch the movie, but chances are I've seen the movie too. I prefer winter over summer and outside over inside. I love the Utah mountains and pretty much every other aspect of nature. What do I do on my day off? I play a quilter, a baker, an errand-runner, and a companion to my two adorable dogs. I have just been called to the Japan Nagoya Mission and I am so excited to share this gospel with others. I love my family and I'm grateful for them in always supporting what I do. I'm a future veterinary student and absolutely love school. I had the amazing opportunity to begin attending a university when I was 16, and I can't learn enough. I love math and science and I have a knack for memorizing things. Education has been one of my many blessings. I love music. I have played the piano for ten years and I can pretend to play the guitar. Music has been an amazing tool in my life to share the gospel. It is one way in which I can instantly feel the Spirit.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon? There are so many answers to this question. I am a Mormon because I have been blessed in my life with amazing opportunities for growth, and I attribute that all to our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. I am a Mormon because I have done what I am about to spend 18 months asking other people to do: I have read the Book of Mormon and prayed to know of it's truth. And I have received an answer. I am a Mormon because The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been restored to this earth, and the doctrine taught with it is true. I am a Mormon because the truth of the gospel brings peace in times of struggle and anguish and joy in times of happiness. I am grateful for this knowledge in my life.

How I live my faith

Faith compels us to act. In my life, such action has been most powerful and fulfilling when it has been the small and simple things carried out over a continuous period of time. This includes prayer and scripture study, service, church attendance, keeping the commandments, and other similar activities. From these small and simple daily actions, I have found more strength, more peace, and more faith in our Savior.