Sunday, March 29, 2009

I was grumpy . . .

and then I saw this lady. It made me laugh- hard.

Then I went back to being tired and grumpy. I am annoyed with myself, I had better snap out of this soon.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Spring Break Broke me

It's over. Spring break is officially over. It was a week of beautiful relaxing weather and come Monday morning (today), it's back to work and back to snow. Ugh. BUT ENOUGH COMPLAINING.

Spring break was pretty awesome. I didn't go anywhere exotic or play beer pong, but I did have a great time regardless. I read and slept and hung out with friends and went to movies and rode my bike. It was so nice.

Only 5 weeks of school left. I graduate May 7 (technically I don't graduate until August but I walk in May). Crazy. I am going to be a master. I can't believe it and now I need to start looking for a job. That seems more frightening than it ever has before. We're talking career here. Frightening.

Things I have to look forward to over the next few months:
2. SLC summer (they are the best)
3. Sarah's wedding
4. recording a CD
5. a new nephew (hopefully)
6. riding my bike
7. concerts and movies in the outdoors
8. swimming
9. reading books I want to read
10. Being a grownup (maybe I am not looking forward to that)

Sunday, March 15, 2009


I know that I have said this before, but I really hate how a person can go from the one you tell everything to, to the one you can't tell anything to. It happens in just a matter of minutes, but the feeling sorta lingers. Why do things have to be so complicated?

Complicated - Ben Gibbard

Monday, March 9, 2009

I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!

So, maybe I am lazy. It's possible. But I just want a vacation where I don't have to do anything. So. . . that is exactly what I am going to do. GO ON A CRUISE! I have never been on a cruise, but what could be better than a floating buffet? Oh and it makes a couple of pit stops in Mexico.

I am also going with three of my very best friends. It's going to be awesome.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Kinda Lost

Remember the movie Labyrinth, with David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly? It was one of my favorite movies when I was little. Anyway, I was thinking about it, and I feel like Jennifer Connelly's character towards the end of the movie. She is in that labyrinth of stairs and can see her little brother, but no matter what staircase she takes, she just can't reach him.

I can see what I want in sight, but the stairs I keep taking lead me in a different direction. Life is one big optical illusion and it makes me crazy.