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Hi I'm T'Aunna

I grew up in Ogden, Utah. I was adopted by an amazing family when I was two. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I' am a twin, but we are completely different, I enjoy listening to musicals all the time. I prefer black and white movies like Shirley Temple. Chess is one game that I like to play when I'm not in a hurry. Soccer is one of my favorite sports to play and to watch. I have volunteered to helped with marathons but I have not actually ran one. I like being active, I did a lot of cross fit while in high school. Artistically I' am no good at drawing but I can appreciate really good art in any form.

Why I am a Mormon

I don't ever remember having a different religion background before I was adopted, so in a way I feel like this gospel was given to me, and I'm extremely grateful for that. I have never experience that feeling of "what am I doing with my life?" or "who am I?" and I'm glad I haven't. I know who I' am and I know what I'm doing with my life. I' am a daughter of God and I know He loves me and all His Children. Throughout the rest of my life, I will continue to serve others who are part of my faith and those of other faiths, because that is one way I know is to become more Christ like. I know this Gospel is true and I'm truly grateful to be part of this amazing Church, this Church means so much to me because I know that I will have an eternal family and I will see our Savior and our Heavenly Father again. That moment will be truly a beautiful moment for me.

How I live my faith

In my ward I was able to participate with many of the young men and young women in a 21 day challenge where we read the Book of Mormon everyday, tried to attend the temple every week and pray everyday. I was a ward missionary, and I was to encourage some of the youth that don't attend church as frequent, to get them committed to come and have an awesome experience. I was also in my ward youth counsel with my best friend and we also encouraged the youth to participate in fun activities at the church, we made posters and helped with the current graduating seniors with their graduation ceremony for seminary.