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Hi I'm Bryce Bloomer

I grew up the USA, I've lived in Peru for three years, in Kuwait for a year and am now going to serve a mission in Hungary.

About Me

I am the kind of person who enjoys being with friends, and while I can be very energetic I am usually very lazy. I love classical music and have played multiple musical instruments, the Alto/Tenor/Baritone Saxophone, the Cello, and the Piano. Music has always been a big part of my life and I make sure to incorporate it into my daily life. I have lived in South America and The Middle-East and as a result I speak almost fluent Spanish and have learned some Arabic. I am an Eagle Scout, and while I lived in Peru my father and I even helped start a Patrol. When we left we had found 11 other boy scouts to join our patrol. I am going to be serving a Mission in Hungary, the Hungarian Budapest Mission to be exact and can't wait to begin.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always been a Mormon, I was born into the church and have never considered leaving. I personally found my belief in the church and its teachings during two separate events. The first one occurred when I was 12, we were doing baptisms for the dead and it was my turn to do the baptisms and the confirmations. During that time I felt so calm and warm, it is something that I will always remember, it helped confirm to me that everything that I was doing was right. The second one occurred when I was 14, when I was at my first EFY at BYU Provo. Near the end of it we, as in the entire EFY group, sang the Medley I felt such an overwhelming force of truth and was in awe. I'll always remember those two moments that helped change my life.

How I live my faith

I have just received the Melchizedek priesthood and am currently finishing my 5th year of seminary as I prepare to serve my mission. I currently have no calling. Due to the minimal amount of young men in my ward I am always helping to prepare, bless and/or pass the sacrament. I make sure to read my scriptures almost daily and am always trying to be a good example to those around me.