Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Long Time No Post

Random thoughts from an official BYU Junior:

~ The Band Perry. LOVE THEM! Their lyrics are clever, her voice is lovely, and they are siblings. What more can you ask for? My favorite song -If I Die Young. It is so beautiful.

~ Utah. It's too hot. I get to class, and I'm already a sweating, sticky mess. Ew. Who's going to want to sit by me??? Although, it does make for intense popsicle enjoyment.

~ Writing. I've started kinda narrating my life as I wait for class to start, or someone to come meet me. Maybe I'll post some of them. I've also started writing me in an alternate world. For example, I was angry and feeling dramatic, so I wrote a brief chunk of what alternate me would do: scream, throw things, ect. It was quite exciting. Maybe I'll post a few of those as well.

~ Water. I am finally drinking it. Another benefit of the heat, I guess.

~ Hobo Gloves. I finally own some!!! That will greatly enhance my winter-typing.

~ Tron. Didn't like the original, didn't like the new one. Both are visually hard to look at, the plot line is lacking (reminds me of Gregor the Overlander), and I don't care for video games. Oh well.

~ Books. I am currently reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. I like it a lot. I finished Matched recently...I need to do a blog review...

Hmmm....what else? My cousin headed off to the BYU Jerusalem Center today. She is hopefully going to start a blog, and if she does I will share the link.

Ok, that's all for now. I have American Lit to read for. Happy Reading!

1 comment:

Krista said...

I, personally, am hesitant to comment at all on the heat. I enjoyed it for the most part at home, but its different when I'm sitting next to people in a classroom... Also, I'm convinced that if I complain about it, that'll hasten the snow's arrival. Yuck!

You know I would read it. :)

Me too! We're so good!

Hahahaha. I didn't even think about hobo gloves being good for typing, but you're totally right!

True, but the main character is completely worth sitting through the movie.

I will probably still be reading The Way of Kings when I graduate, I swear.