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Hi I'm Kara

I'm an artist. I love dancing randomly. I'm kind and quirky, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

"Howdy!" That's how I greet almost everybody who meets me. I'm a High School graduate. I enjoy making up new designs for the outfits I draw. I also love listening to music. And, yes, I'm that typical girl who's into fashion: makeup, jewelry, clothes, shoes, you name it!

Why I am a Mormon

I've been a member all my life. I was born into the church, and I'm still apart of it to this day. Back then, though, I wasn't as active in the church as I am now. I was basically taking it for granted. There were even times when I wouldn't show up on Sunday to attend. I was praying less and less, and reading less to not at all. I was, pretty much, falling away from the church as time went on. This lasted for awhile. Eventually, I started becoming more active again because I wasn't going anywhere in life. I wasn't finding true happiness. That changed when I became more active again. I've realized that you cannot go on without the Lord's assistance. We each have separate trials. We have our own walls to climb, and you are able to surmount these obstacles that stand before you with the help of our Heavenly Father. The Holy Spirit will guide you, if you are willing to listen. If you listen to the voice and do as you are commanded, you will find that true happiness. I know this to be a fact. I know the scriptures and the Book of Mormon are the word of God. I know the Book of Mormon is the keystone of our religion. I also know that this is, indeed, the true church. This is my testimony.

How I live my faith

Well, to start things off, I go to church every Sunday. In my church, I've been the librarian. It was my first calling ever, and it was exciting, too! Sometimes, I would do visiting teaching alongside another member of our ward. We would go to another member's house (who we've been assigned to) and go teach them. Or, just be there for them. I try to keep the commandments which have been given, and I strive to do my best. I know I'm not perfect, because nobody is perfect.