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Hi I'm Shaelyn

I grew up in Notus, Idaho. I know more about landscaping than most guys. And I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Growing up on a small five acre farm and having a Dad that was a landscaper taught me to love hard work and the outdoors. Once, while on a job with my Dad, when I was five or six, I told his high school summer workers that I knew more about landscaping than they did. Surprised they laughingly told my Dad what I had said. Much to their chagrin, he told them it was true. Other than being a supervisor on the jobsite, I also love to be involved; through high school I was involved in cheerleading, volleyball, track, and band. Besides being involved in the community I have a wonderful family. I have two amazing parents, four sisters, and two little brothers. I love them all so much and we have a lot of fun camping, hiking, and exploring together.

Why I am a Mormon

As a kid my parents always took our family to church. Whether we were extremely late because of me and my siblings escapades or on time our parents never gave up. It was there that my testimony grew. Each Sunday I learned from my persistent leaders, teachers, and parents. I always knew that the gospel taught in our church was true and I never questioned that. I just built upon the faith that I already had. I am so grateful for the atonement of Christ in my life and for the opportunity to read the Book of Mormon each day. It truly is an inspired book full of stories and truth that pertain to us in our day.

How I live my faith

From Wednesday night mutual activities to Friday night bon fires, I love to plan fun activities for me and my friends! This last spring I decided to plan a Morp. Dances where I live are pretty bad and my friends and I still wanted a Prom experience. So with a lot of help I planned a night full of pictures, dancing, and night games. It turned out to be a blast and we were able to keep our standards high. Now I am in charge of teaching the seven year olds at church. It takes a lot of creativity and time, but it's a lot of fun. I am also preparing to serve an eighteen month mission back east and I can't wait to go!