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Hi I'm Randi Abbott

I grew up in Idaho. I love plants, being active, and spending time with my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up playing basketball and softball. I loved learning to play because that meant I got to spend special one on one time with my dad. I enjoy doing anything active including sports, camping, hiking, fishing, etc. I also play the piano. Music has been a great blessing in my life. It allows me to express myself and bring smiles to others' faces. I am currently in my first year of college and am majoring in horticulture. Most of all, I love spending time with my family. We are each other's best friends.

Why I am a Mormon

The gospel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints means everything to me. It has given me purpose and direction in my life. It has taught me that I am a daughter of our Heavenly Father who loves me and all of His other children. It has taught me that through prayer I can communicate with Him and that He'll listen and answer. It has also taught me that our brother, Jesus Christ, came to earth and suffered and died for our sins. Because of His Atonement, I know that we can repent and be forgiven for our sins. We can become clean and have a fresh start. We can change and improve every day so that we can be worthy to live with Him again. I know these principles are true.

How I live my faith

My father owns a family business in the town we live in which has provided great opportunities for me to live my faith. When customers come in, I do my best to smile, compliment, and accommodate them. It is important to me that each person feels appreciated and special. I love being able to brighten others' day. I also attend church weekly and do my best to fulfill my callings and duties associated with it. It is my favorite day of the week as I get to learn and strengthen my testimony as well as share what I know with others.