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Hi I'm Aspen

I am from Texas. I'm a college graduate. I love music, photography, and books. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have a family of eight. There is me, my parents, three brothers, and two sisters. I am the second oldest child, but the oldest girl. Living in a large family has taught me patience, sharing, and love. I am grateful for the love my family has shown me and for the constant support they give me. I have grown up in a small town where I have had various opportunities to learn and try different things. One of the things I have been able to become interested in, is photography. I really enjoy capturing moments in time with my camera. I have been able to practice my skills with the camera at home and at school, with various activities such as Yearbook. In school, I also really enjoyed art class. While in high school, I was able to take a ceramic art class where I was able to work with a pottery wheel. I also participated in theatre, volleyball, tennis, student council, and several other extracurricular activities while in high school. I am now graduated from high school and have recently been called to serve a full-time mission in the California Bakersfield Mission, English speaking. I report October 25th, 2017. I am really looking forward to going forward with faith and serving my brothers and sisters through Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I know this gospel is true. I have gained a strong testimony of the gospel throughout my life as I have has the opportunity to serve others and have had others serve me. I am so grateful for the blessings and joy the gospel brings into my life and I look forward to sharing it with others as I go throughout my life.

How I live my faith

I have grown up in the church and have had numerous opportunities to serve in various callings in my small ward. I have been able to serve my fellow young women throughout high school as I have been able to work with them on their personal progress in the young women's program. I was also able to serve as the ward chorister for several years and help teach other young women how to conduct music in sacrament meeting as well. After leaving the young women's program, I was able to serve in the primary program where I had the opportunity to teach children about the gospel.