Thursday, March 22, 2007

Going to Crazy

Oh! Oh, hey guys!
Howz it going? I haven't been around much, that is for sure, and i am so sorry. I've been busy going crazy. But that is no excuse. How are you suppose to put off doing stuff if you don't have my blog to distract you? I know, it is rather unacceptable. But you could always go to for a good time.
Well, while you run off with Strong Bad and the others, i will finish up three advertising campaigns (my goal is to get them printed and bound by Saturday), prepare for my trip to Chicago, and learn about a thousand new German words, and then be tested on them. But i should count my blessings: at least my house isn't as sticky as Amanda's.
I'll see you guys after finals week.

Monday, March 5, 2007


I have a Book of Mormon class i need to take for my last semester. Basically, it comes down to taking it from a teacher who appears to be very easy, or taking it from a teacher who is known to be hard, but apparently, i would learn a lot. Also, i checked out his website, and there seems to be a lot of stuff dependant on how cool my other classmates are. Group meetings and projects and such. So, do i want to learn a lot? Do i want to hope for the best freshmen to be in my class? Or should i keep my nose down, take an easy class, and if there are dumb freshmen in my class (which BOM is a freshmen class) i won't have to interact with them?

I don't know. What does everyone think?

Thursday, March 1, 2007


On president's day I went with Tara and Christina to Kelly Canyon. Tara and i have never really skied before, and i was a little nervous.

But Christina teaches little kids how to ski all the time, so we knew we were in good hands.

Top o'the bunny hill. Why is is called "bunny"? And are the bigger hills called jackrabbits?

Somehow, Christina persuaded me to go down the big hill. I'm pretty sure i was more scared of the chair lift than i was of going down the hill.

I will have you know that i didn't fall once on the bunny hill. But i fell when i got off the chair lift. I had never fallen before, so i had no idea how to get up. The chair lift operator had to stop the lift and help me up. I needed a lot of help.
I also fell about 60 times on my way down the hill.

But Christina would go down backwards and hold my hands on the steep parts. She is in the red coat in the way back, helping me down the mountain. I have better pictures of this technique, i just wanted everyone to get an idea of how confident all the little kids are while they zoom around the mountain.