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Hi I'm Baylee

I am an Illustration major. I am a world traveler. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a native to Southern Utah, and I absolutely love the mountains and red rocks here! I love Indie Rock music and I love to oil paint. Soon I will leave it all behind to serve an 18 month mission to the lovely people in Kansas.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church. My mother and my whole extended family are devote Latter Day Saints. When I was little, I always thought everyone was a Mormon and that the world was this happy care free place because everyone loved Jesus and went to church. As I've grown older, I've come to be well acquainted with hardships and strife. Honestly, I'd rather not think about where I might be if I wasn't in this amazing church. I've grown in my experiences and witnessed miracles and wonders because of my faith and the faith of my little family. My faith in Jesus Christ and The Plan of Salvation have pulled me through the toughest trials. It was Jesus Christ I turned to in my darkest hours when it seemed as though my whole world was on the verge of collapse. It was Jesus Christ I turned to when my friends abandoned me and I felt absolutely alone. He is the one Light I watch for at the end of this dark cavern which is life. It is through Him that I know I will be with my family eternally. It is through Him that I know there is more to this life than trial after trial. These are things that I don't just believe, but I KNOW to be true.

How I live my faith

I've served the young women in my ward for the last few years. I regularly check in with them and plan activities we can do together during the week that are both fun and spiritually enlightening. Once or twice a month, we go out to serve the community, such as helping someone move or volunteering at shelters or assisted living communities.