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Hi I'm Savannah

Family is my life, I'm a dancer and I am a Mormon.

About Me

Hi I'm Savannah, and I am currently living in Utah. I have a call to serve an 18 month LDS mission in Richmond Virginia, and I am super excited! I am about to finish my first year of school at Snow College, and I love it! I love meeting new people, and I love to learn new things. I have been a dancer all my life, and I also enjoy anything outdoors. Other than dancing, my most favorite thing to do is swim. I also enjoy working with kids, and babies. I love my job working as the infant teacher at my daycare. I am going to school to major in nursing and science. I love fitness and nutrition and want to be a yoga teacher. I'm the youngest of three and am excited to be an aunt! But I especially love the lord and my amazing family and friends that have helped me become who I am today.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family who was active in the church, but when I turned eleven my family stopped attending church. Everyone always asks me why I kept going and the best answer I can give is Without the Gospel in my life I wouldn't be who I am. I have grown so much through all of the trials that I have been through, and I know that I wouldn't be as strong without my loving Heavenly Father and Savior by my side. The feelings that this Gospel gives me are undeniable. I feel so at peace, and so happy with life as I continue to learn more about it. This Gospel also helps me to understand who I am and where I am going. I love sharing this happiness with others, and I can't wait to share it on my mission. I love being a Mormon!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by working hard to serve others, and by finding ways to make others happy. I try to be a good example to those around me by keeping high standards. I try hard to be positive, and understand that trials are here to make us stronger, and to make us closer to our Heavenly Father.