Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
A few weekends ago my friend Jamie and I went to the Festival of Colors at the Krishna temple in Spanish Fork. Basically, it's a bunch of BYU students crammed into a small space throwing colored chalk at each other. This is the result.
Last Friday Jamie and I went to Kneaders with our friends Spencer and Brad. We felt it necessary to initiate them into the tradition of all-you-can-eat frenchtoast. So good!
The pinnacle of the I-don't-want-to-write-my-papers festivities is going to be my BFF and roomie Candace's bridal shower on Saturday. It's going to be my first attempt at throwing such a shindig and I'm quite excited. I'll leave you know of how it goes.
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
a charming, suave, sweet talkin' man
Note: This is mine and my friend Jamie's new favorite word. We use it as often as possible. Mostly in referrence to good lookin boys who know how to convince girls to do whatever they ask. Start testing it out- you'll love it!
(In other interest- the word schoomze actually means idle chatter or gossip- but I like my definition better)
Friday, April 3, 2009
"There is something undeniably noble and beautiful about the love of sports: the appreciation of grace and excellence for their own sakes, the pleasure of competition, the discipline of training."
I read this in an article in the NYT today and couldn't help but share it. It just made me so happy. I love sports. This is something that has gradually been taking a hold of my life. During basketball season the men's basketball schedule is what I planned my life around- no joke. Football is better because it's only once a week, but basketball is one, if not two times a week. Reading this made me feel okay about what some people would deem "wasted" time watching sports. And now I really want to see this movie after reading the article.