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Hi I'm Hana

I grew up in Rexburg Idaho. I come from a family of 9! It literally is such a blast! I have 5 brothers and 1 sis. I love my family

About Me

I come from a big family and wouldn't have it any other way! I learn so much from each one of my siblings. In high school I played on the school's soccer team. I have played since I was little. My favorite position to play is the goalie. I have also participated in other sports such as gymnastic, tennis, volleyball, cross country (never again!), and I even tried basketball. Not only was I able to participate in sports I was able to be a part of an orchestra playing the violin at my school as well as being in the choir. I have also played the piano for over 10 years. I love all types art. I especially love taking pictures. I am currently majoring in Architecture. I love to laugh. I also love to play games with my family. My favorite activities consist of boating, reading books, and eating ice cream:)

Why I am a Mormon

I have been blessed to be born into a great family who already believed in the church. Growing up the church has been everything. Even though I grew up in the church, just like everyone else I had to gain my own testimony. The reason I am a Mormon is because I learned for myself that it is true. In life there are a lot of hard trials that we all have to pass through, but because of the assurance of the gospel I know that no matter what happens I can have the peace that this trial of life isn't it. I know that I can find true happiness through living gospel teachings. Because of the LDS church I know that my life has a purpose and that I can live in such a way that I can make a difference.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always being honest and trust worthy. I do my best in seeing ways to serve others, even if it is as small as raising my hand to help add something to a lesson being given in church.