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Hi I'm Kelly

I like linguistics, philosophy, art and smiling. I'm a nature enthusiast, a stargazer, a poet, a lover of learning, and a Mormon!

About Me

I am a lover of knowledge! I am pursuing a degree in English Education with a minor in Art Education, as well as my goal of becoming a middle school or high school teacher. I love writing, and hope to publish my poetry one day. I also have a passion for music, and dabble in any instrument I can get my hands on, mainly; trombone, ukulele, bass guitar, and piano. Singing, however, is my favorite means of musical expression, and there are few things I love more.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always felt an immense desire to progress and be better every day. Through the gospel of Jesus Christ, I am able to overcome my many shortcomings and come closer to my divine origins, as well as spread joy and love wherever I am.

How I live my faith

I enjoy the opportunity to visit teach my friends, and to serve as Relief Society president in my ward! I always seek opportunities to learn more about the beautiful planet my Heavenly Father made for me, whether by exploring, reading, or meeting new people. I am also in the process of applying to serve a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in a year.

What is the Relief Society?

Kelly
The Relief Society is the world's oldest and largest women's organization in the world. Women 18 years and older may be a part of it. I have had the wonderful opportunity to serve as the Relief Society President in my ward, and it's been an incredible experience. The primary mission of the organization is to provide comfort to those in need, as well as each sister in the ward, often providing meals and/or service projects to help struggling individuals and families. Further, we meet together each Sunday for a gospel lesson in which we discuss the teachings of the church. Visitors are always welcome, regardless of history or current belief. Show more Show less