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Hi I'm Adrianna

I went to Dixie State University for 1 year studying Physical Therapy. I love hiking, shooting, photography and horse back ridding

About Me

I went to DSU for one year studying Physical therapy assistant. I used to work as a CNA/Med Tech at an assisted living. I love to go on long drives on the back roads and try to find myself on top of the rocky mountains. I also love to ride horses! I learned how to ride a little bit of english but I mostly love western ridding. Camping out in the wilderness is just my kind of thing. I learned a little bit of photography so I have been working on how to take star pictures lately and I have gotten a couple cool pics! I grew up shootin guns with my dad and brother so I guess you could say I am an alright shot haha :)

Why I am a Mormon

I am a proud Mormon because I have gone through difficult trials of my own where I hit rock bottom and the only stable thing left in my life was my religion. After everything I found for myself that my Heavenly Father will never leave me and he knows me by name. He has heard and answer my prayers and helped comfort me in the most perfect times. I have found so much joy in my life because of the gospel and the people I have met. There was a time where I was confused and did not know if the LDS faith was for me but as I grew and found out for myself through the Holy Spirit and reading The Book of Mormon I was overwhelmed by the spirit and found that I had so much more happiness when I was closer to my Heavenly Father. I have grown up in a Mormon family but I have found out for myself that this is the true church and that The Book of Mormon is another true testament of Jesus Christ. And I love him!

How I live my faith

Moroni 7:47 But charity is the pure love of Christ, and it endureth forever; and whoso is found possessed of it at the last day, it shall be well with him. I believe that if we truly want to love our neighbor then we must serve them. Even if it means we just smile and ask them how they are or if we help out with yard work or make them cookies. Service or charity is love. Working as a CNA all we do is take care and serve our residents and it has helped me gain patience and more love for the little things in life. Being an example can mean more than you can imagine. I have had to deal with hard situations working with the elderly especially death and I have had the opportunity to be a strength with the amazing gospel of the LDS faith to help family and co-workers with difficult situations. I am ever so grateful that I have my faith to help me in my life daily.