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Hi I'm Morgan

I've only had 4 birthdays. I am constantly looking for a new adventure. I'm a runner, swimmer, and longboarder. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am definitely a busy body! I constantly love to explore, find, and look for new ways to find a new adventure. Whether that means hiking up a huge mountain at the late hours of the evening, or sitting next to a stranger at lunch, I am most definitely up for new ideas. I love hearing stories from other people's life events, and I seek to travel the entire world, to help me understand how life really works. Life is absolutely beautiful, and it can be my biggest distraction! I just finished a semester of college, which was one of the hardest things I have ever completed in my life... mainly because I had to sit still for more than 10 mins! Although it was challenging, it was one of the most rewarding times in my life. I was able to learn how to study, and better understand people through countless days of staring at a computer monitor, but also was able to draw nearer to my Savior more than ever before. I am leaving to serve a mission to the Ohio Columbus mission in less than 3 days. I couldn't be more excited. It will be one of the most challenging things, but I know it will be the most rewarding, even more rewarding than schooling. I am blessed by being able to serve.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because the happiness that the gospel has brought to me, has been incredible! I know for myself that the Atonement of Jesus Christ is real, and that we are able to be saved. I am thankful for a church that values the importance of families and being together. I am also thankful to know that I will be together with my family forever, and not in this life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by loving other people. Thankfully, I'm more naturally a people person. I will take time out of my schedule to talk to someone, even if it's someone that I wouldn't normally befriend. I love listening, advising, and helping other people. One of my biggest challenges is not making time for the people that matter most, because I give my time to other people who aren't always the kind of people I want to be like because I care about them. In my church, I have been called as a counselor in the women's organization. During that time, I was kind of nervous, because after my second time of attending, the president thought I would be a good fit. I didn't know what to think, because I just recently graduated from high school, but it was a neat experience. I learned to love and care for people I never would have normally talked to if I wasn't called into that position.