Sunday, April 4, 2010

So, for easter I was able to go spend it with my cousins in Eagle Mt. I had so much fun with them. We played games, and I saved a lot of room in my tummy for dinner. We had ham, potatoes, peas, rolls, and something called frog eyes (which is really, really good).
When I came home, i realized my room is still a mess from packing, and Hannah flooded the bathroom, which was kind of fun. But what was really cool is that they didn't know that I came back tonight, so I hid in my closet and talked to them, they were in the room and didn't even hear me in there, and then I came out and scared them.
So...the coolest thing is happening to me this month, I'm going home to Maine. I'm so excited because I'm missing my family, and I really want to see them. I'm going to be job hunting, and hopefully i'll get a job out there and save some money for school. My oldest sister Rhiannon is going to be having her baby, and I can't wait to see her and the baby, and the rest of my family. So all you Maine folk I'll see you in a couple of weeks.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Savior of the World

Around Christmas time (2009) my friend, Hannah, bought tickets so we could go to the production of Savior of the World, it's a play that the Church puts on. It's about the birth and death of our Savior, Jesus Christ. (Krystal, Emily, Chelsea, Hannah and me)

Me and a cast member after the show.

Here's a picture of Chelsea, Krystal, Hannah and me with some of the cast.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Scripture of the Day!

"And behold, I tell you these things that ye may learn wisdom; that ye may learn that when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God." -Mosiah 2:17
Whether big or small try to do something that might help someone in some sort of way.


FHE, which stands for Family Home Evening, is a special day once a week that we set aside to play games, do service, or to have a lesson together as a family. It helps families to come closer together. Going to college many of us are not around our families, but we still do Family Home Evenings, which gives us an opportunity to get to know the students in our wards. For one of the FHEs I attended we went to Temple square in Salt Lake City to see the lights that are displayed around Christmas time.

When I got back from visiting my family in Maine, I went ice skating with my ward for FHE. I lasted long enough to go around the rink once before calling quits. I'm a really bad ice skater, but I really enjoyed just taking pictures. I hang out with the three here often (Krystal, Hannah, and Chelsea).

About Me!

Hi, my name is Chelsea Page, I'm a Latter-Day Saint, but most people know me as a Mormon. Most people feel that because I'm Mormon, I'm very limited to what I can do, but as the Roloff's on Little People Big World say, "We can do pretty much what everyone else can, but just in a different way."
I'm from Maine, and for those of you who don't know, Maine is the Northern most Eastern State in the US, no we are not known more for are toothpicks, and yes I live further away then Tennessee. I currently live in Utah, I'm going to the LDS Business College and I love it here. I love hanging out with my friends, Krystal, Chelsea (not me the other one), and Hannah, and many others of course.
I come from a "big" Mormon family of 5. I have 2 older sisters, an older brother, and a younger brother, I'm the second youngest. My oldest sister, Rhiannon, has 3 kids, with a forth one on the way, and a loving husband. My older brother, Jeremy, is in the air force. My other sister, Kayleigh, is a nanny. And then there's Landon, he's my youngest brother, he plays the drums and piano; he's actually really good at it too.
Now me, I'm 21, and I love my life, yeah school isn't my favorite but the people and the teachers here are really nice. I like ice-blocking (even though I've only been once). I also like watching movies, mainly with Krystal because we both get so into the movie. I like making jokes with Hannah, and just laughing at her no offence to her, but she is so funny, all the funny things happen to her. With Chelsea, not me the other one as we call her, we just talk, plus she likes to side with me on like everything so that makes me really happy.
I hope that with this blog I can tell you a little bit more about my religion, me and my life.