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Hi I'm Karli

I'm a student, a master esthetician, a strawberry blonde, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am about to graduate from college and I am so excited. I play volleyball whenever possible, sand or indoor. It’s so much fun and a great way to meet new friends. I am also a singer. Music makes me happy. I always have a song in my heart. If I’m not singing or playing volleyball, I’m with my friends and family. One of my favorite things to do is go on adventures with my siblings. We do all sorts of things from exploring caves, to riding our golf cart off road. We love to joke around and prank each other. I want to be so many things when I “grow up." I mean, why not have a list of goals and dreams? Write a book, learn 10 languages, become a fabulous cook, travel the world, hold a public office, and whatever else I come up with tomorrow. I love to have a goal to work towards. With the Lord, the future is so bright.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know the gospel is truth. The principles and ordinances of the gospel ring true within my soul. I feel peace when I live in accordance with what the church teaches. When I stive to be obedient, everything else in life just seems to fall into place. All the organizations and programs in the church have been such a good support system for me and my family. I am a Mormon because I know President Thomas S. Monson is a prophet of God, and I will follow his counsel.

How I live my faith

Right now I live my faith by serving as the Relief Society President in my young single adult ward. I pray every day that I can magnify my calling. I try to not only help those in my ward, but to be an example wherever I am, of a true disciple of Christ. I try to live in a way that no one will question if I am living my faith and religion. To me, living my faith means to be Christ-like and charitable to all those I meet.