Personal Information

  • Family

    Families are the best! They are so fun! I enjoy taking hikes with my brothers even if we do get lost sometimes. I like hiking with my sisters, and we usually don't get lost when I'm with them. I also like throwing a football around with my brothers. In past summers, I've enjoyed playing very long games of Skipbo with my sisters. My family totally keeps me entertained. They're so awesome!
  • My Life

    I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I love it and would recommend it to anybody! As much as I get excited about sports and school, I get even more excited about my religion. It's so awesome. I can't even begin to explain what being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has done for me. My situation in life right now probably wouldn't be terrible without it, but with is so much better. I know it is. I promise.
  • Friends

    Friends are...I want to say awesome, great, or wonderful, but there is no way to describe how I really feel about them. I mean, how can you put a feeling into words?

    My friends, I really appreciate you and who you are. Each person I meet seems to add so much to my life. I'd like to say thank you. Thank you for the support. Thank you for teaching me. Thanks for laughing with me and keeping me company. Thanks for the wonderful memories. Thanks for helping me realize how much I really love people. You're awesome!

  • School

    I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Utah.  I'll be attending graduate school there this Fall.
  • Sports

    Sports are so fun! I love it when my brother tries to teach me how throw a football. It's so awesome. I really enjoy gymnastics!  I think sports are a very good asset to life. You can really learn a lot from them.
  • Hobbies

    In high school I threw the discus for the track team. That was so fun! I also was on the Colorguard team for a couple of years. I love camping! I enjoy cross-stitching. I used to play the violin. I like putting puzzles together.
  • Future

    My future plans are currently to go to grad school and possibly to serve an LDS mission sometime before I get my Ph.D.