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Hi I'm Rhiannon

I grew up in Utah. I've been in orchestra, choir, and band. I love all kinds of music. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am from Utah. I love anything that has to do with music! I was in orchestra for 3 years, concert choir for a year and then performing choir for a year, and concert band(percussion) for 6 years, 4 of which, I was in marching band on the drumline. I love to spend time talking to people, making new friends, and making new memories with old friends. I come from a split family, but I love them all as if we weren't from different families!!

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in this gospel and was baptized when I was 8 years old. For a while, I relied on the testimonies of my parents. I didn't really know how else to do it back then. As I started getting older, around the age of 12, I realized I started gaining a testimony of my own. At first, it was small, and insignificant(I thought) but it was there. It started out as simple things, such as, "I know Heavenly Father is a real being." The older I got, the more my testimony grew. I started gaining a testimony of things that were bigger, such as, "I know Joseph Smith was a real prophet of God, and I know he saw the Father and His Son." The more I came to know, the more I wanted to know. When I was 17, I received the first witness of my own that the Book of Mormon is true. I came to know that every single story in it is true. Now there are many truths in this gospel that I have come to know for myself that they really are true. I am a Mormon because I love my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and I love learning more about them and their gospel.

How I live my faith

Throughout my life, I have done my best to attend my church meetings every Sunday so I can build my testimony. In my ward, as a teenager, I was president over each class of Young Women, so I helped organize activities for us each week. I helped think over creative ways we could incorporate the gospel into not only our activities, but in our daily lives after. I helped teach the lessons in our meetings on Sundays, and I helped each girl find a way to be able to build their testimonies of Jesus Christ. I also had a calling to help organize and coordinate the weekly cleanings of our local church building. I was in charge of inviting others to come help me, and when we were there, I was to make assignments to making cleaning faster, easier, and more fun for everyone. Cleaning the church properly every week invites the Spirit during your Sunday meetings, and doesn't distract from the messages.