Saturday, April 21, 2012

I should be...but instead I'll...

So… it’s Saturday afternoon.
I should…
clean my room.
do my homework.
watch my summer job training online.
finally eat some breakfast.
Blog. Yeah, I should blog.

There are a ton of things that I should be doing, but instead I'll update you on my life.

First thing is first: I only have one more week of classes & then finals.
This will be my first break from school since summer of 2010 and you best believe I'm counting down the days.
(not that I'm alone. every person in their right mind is counting down to summer.)

Secondly: I move to my new apartment the weekend after finals
(yup, I'm staying in Logan for the summer).
I'm just moving downstairs in the same building that I've been in all year but still,
that means new roommates & new adventures.

Thirdly: I'm headed to the happiest place on earth, Disneyland, in exactly 1 month!
It'll be my nephew's first time and I'm more excited to see his reaction than I am to actually get to go myself.
I actually googled Disneyland pictures today because I got such a tinge of excitement
(you can obviously see how focused I am on my homework).

Lastly: only two and a half more months until EFY!!!
I remember how exhausted I was as a participant after one week at EFY, 
so I can't even imagine how tired I will be after 4 weeks straight.
But it's going to be sooooo worth it & AWESOME!
I can sleep when I'm dead.

So that's what will be going on in my life soon.
I don't know if you'll hear from me again for a while with the end of the semester being so close, but after the move downstairs, hopefully I'll have more time to blog about my first summer in Logan.

oh, and p.s. I have been jamming out to these boys for the past month now. I have reverted back to my boy-band loving, thirteen year old self. Judge me if you will, but you'll thank me after watching it.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Saturday Afternoon Session

Was I there?

Was it wonderful?

Did I forget my real camera?
what would I do without a camera phone?

 {here are my cute parents while we waited to get in.}

 {we had pretty rockin' seats, right in front of the hearing impaired section 
so we got to watch the Sign Language translation on the TV}

It was a great session to attend.
We got to listen to Elder Holland's talk, see Elder Archuleta sing in the choir and 
watch as over 21,000 people raised their hands in unison to 
sustain the officers of the Church.

Conference, in addition to exploring City Creek with my parents, aunt Janet and Uncle Bob, 
annnnd getting to stay at my most favorite place in the world, the Little America Hotel,
made for a wonderful weekend.