I think it was the combination of these factors, plus my own "accepting" nature, that spared me many of the rules/clothes/regulations struggles my peers faced. I was brought up on the Plain/Conservative side of the church partly, probably, because I grew up as the Bishop's daughter. There were times when I resented that fact or wished to do things others were doing. To be honest though, for the most part I was rather pious about it all. I think I always felt a little glad that I was 'more godly' and accepted my lot as the 'good example' as a sort of badge of honor.
I grew up and married in this setting, and we lived there for the first 10 years of our marriage. Three and a half years ago we moved our little family across the country to Ohio and suddenly I was faced with a new experience in church life, convictions, position and personal beliefs!