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Hi I'm Natalie

I grew up in Idaho. I am studying to be a nurse. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am in school studying to be a nurse. I take my schooling very seriously and dedicate a great amount of time to make sure I get good grades. I was raised on a farm, and the lessons I learned about hard work have paid off in many different aspects of my life. I have a great deal of interests. I love running, volleyball, cooking, and hanging out with friends and family. I have had many different opportunities since graduating high school. I got to live a year in Hawaii while I was in school. I absolutely loved living there and experiencing a very different world than the one I was use to in Idaho. I have also pursued various opportunities to work in Washington D.C. I have become aware of many governmental issues and have enjoyed the city life there. Soon I will be a missionary in Louisiana.

Why I am a Mormon

I have found that as I live certain standards that my church has that great blessings have been given to me and my family. For example, we believe in the law of giving tithes. Ten percent of every paycheck is donated from me to the church. We are promised that as we do this, we will be blessed. I have seen that there have always been the perfect job opportunities open up in my life, and I attribute that to the law of tithing. I have personally seen that God has answered my prayers as I have been obedient to the laws as taught in His church.

How I live my faith

I am currently a ward missionary. Which basically means it is my privilege to meet and greet new people into my ward. I have become friends with so many people in my ward and I absolutely love it. On top of being called as a ward missionary, I am a visit teacher. I love to take the women I teach out for lunch, to ball games, or to do a wide variety of activities. I have met some of my very best friends by serving them. I love participating in my church programs because they often make me feel that I am contributing to a greater cause.