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Hi I'm Dallin Earl

I grew up in Danville, California and have played sports and sang songs all my life. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love my younger siblings so much. Starting with the youngest, my little bother Alex is amazing at everything he does. He's going to be a super star in sports one day. Next, Lyndsay is a ball of happiness and energy and light that will never go dim. Finally, Bree is the sweetest, kindest, more thoughtful and selfless person you will ever meet. I grew up loving to sing and play basketball. In high school I did choir for all four years. My sophomore year I was the lead in a musical "The Music Man," and I was always busy. It was difficult for me to balance everything (sports and performing arts) but somehow I survived. In addition to choir I played basketball for my first three years of high school. When I got cut my senior year, I ran four half marathons in a five week period. Running became my passion. Now I am going to school in Provo at Brigham Young University and studying business.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the pure happiness that it brings me. I am a Mormon because I know that Christ, the Son of God and the Savior of the world, suffered and died for me and each and ever person on this earth so that I might live and overcome my mistakes. I am a Mormon because I know that God loves me and wants me to have the truth in my life, and he wants me to live as much like Christ as I can, because this leads to happiness.

How I live my faith

I was a proud Mormon in high school, and everybody knew it. My nickname, and my twitter and instagram name is Brother Earl. I tried to let people know that no matter what they said to me about it, they could not change how I felt because I had that much confidence in my Savior. I would often joke about being Mormon so that people would ask me about it and I could explain more to them. I loved being a Mormon in California.