Monday, September 26, 2005

Bongo, bongo, bongo, I'm so hoppy in the jungle-- I refuse to go.

Busiest day of my life. Woke up at 8, went to class at 9, came home at 12, attempted to do 45 minute Biology assignment for 2 hours, ate "lunch" (two slices of toast and a banana) at 2:30, went to work at 3 and talked to obnoxious customers non-stop (not kidding), came home at 6 and ate dinner, went to FHE (which I was in charge of) at 7, came home at 8, did homework until 10: 30 (ate three cookies in the process of said homework). I have my first test tomorrow, so I'll have to wake up early tomorrow to study stupid Stats. I love life. I just have this lust for life that is indescribable. Can't you tell? What a joy.

I started going running with Maecy everyday, and we really did do it for 3 days consecutively, but we haven't done it for 3 days, as well. I wish I had someone else that is on the same running level as I am to go running with, expecially on the days that Maecy ditches me. What a slacker. Just kidding, it's hard. I really just want to go everyday, but it's so hard for me to go by myself and everyone has such crazy schedules that I'm sure it could never be arranged. I'll just have to suck it up (and in....HA HA) and go by myself, even though it is so boring that way.

I am so excited for General Conference weekend! I love being at home with my family during that time. It is only twice a year that I remember how much I enjoy being with my family, because I'm forced to do it. Oh, and the talks are also quite good. Don't forget about them. Some people are just more boring than others.

This here picture is of me with my good friend Micquel. She is the only one who knows the origin of the title of this blog--if she remembers.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Fantastic Handsome Men With Cravats

Last night I watched this movie called "North and South." Now, you might all think to yourselves "Was it about the Civil War?" The answer to that, my dears, is no. It is based on a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell (yes, the same author as Wives and Daughters) and it is about the difference in ways-of-life in Northern and Southern England. Oh, and there is a freaking attractive main character, maybe even as good-looking as Mr. Darcy. It is 4 hours long, and it has only been released in England. Colleen Reeder (my brother-in-law's sister) lives in England, going to school, and she brought it back. I can't wait until it comes out here. I must needs own it.

Teri, Matt, Jake, and I went to the BYU football game today. The score was 45 to 10. Uh, yeah, we lost. NOT! We totally dominated. "We" meaning the manly, tough guys on the football team. That includes me.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Hurricane Relief

So, I read in the newspaper today that Hilary Duff is giving $250,000 dollars to hurricane relief efforts. That's pretty cool of her. She's weird. I don't know what to think of her. All I have to say is that I'm so glad we don't live on a coast because you know how scared I am of water. I would die of fear if anything like that were to ever happen to me.