Friday, April 18, 2008
I really will miss my family so very much. I have had so much fun with them these past four months. But it's just time. Time for me to start my future. I have had so much adversity in getting ready to go back to Rexburg. I know that at this time in my life, that I am supposed to be at BYU-Idaho. And you dedicated readers... know that life in Dewey is not everything that I could ever hope for. Not even close. But my time is done here. (Does that sound like prison, or what??) My bags are all packed. (All FOUR of them!! I have so much crap...) My laundry is all done. My dry cleaning is all cleaned. My debts at Hollywood Video are all paid. My gym membership is over. Dewey is ending, but the rest of life is just beginning. And I cannot wait. This next year is going to be...big shall we say. I just know that change is coming. And to be perfectly honest, it feels like big change. But it's a change that I wouldn't miss for the world. So stay tuned dear fans. These next few months are going to be a ride!!! So hold on tight, and brace yourself for some sarcasm coming your way. I will keep you posted. I promise. Thank you, and goodnight.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Me, Jillian, and McKenzie. Sista Love.
Me and Cooper. I really enjoy this picture. Mostly because I had attacked him right before Kristal snapped the picture. I caught him off guard!! Hahaha. I am the superior sibling...
This is my cousin Blake. He is so incredibly handsome...
Gabriel!! I love him so much!!
This is my favorite cousin...ever! His name is Steve. (For real) And he is the best!!
Monday, April 14, 2008
Again today, going about the near prison like routine, I noticed something else that caught my eye. I was driving through PV (Prescott Valley, although "Village" works too-) and to my utter astonishment a banner was hung on many street lamps. On the banner: The iconic I Heart NY picture. Oh, but this had been modified. It now read I Heart PV. As if that wasn't enough above it read this little thought provoking phrase: "In a PV minute..." No ladies and gentlemen. Try as you may, Prescott Valley- or "PV" will never have minutes similar to New York. And don't for a single "PV minute" try to convince me of the similarities between New York and Prescott Valley. I literally did a double take when I saw this, and laughed out loud for like 4 minutes. Just because PV is larger (not by a vast amount) than Dewey, it will never be considered a city. It's just not happening folks. I'm sorry. And you would never call the residents of a city "Folks." It just goes against so many laws of the universe. I really wanted to stop and take a picture... but I could not. I was late picking up some child from school. Maybe tomorrow!
Considering that this very well may be my last week...ever...living in Arizona, let alone Prescott, I am going to try to appreciate the natural...beauty that surrounds me here. Most of the time my appreciation turns to incredulity. "Are they SERIOUS??" They always are, and it makes me laugh. So maybe I should highlight the humorous parts of living here. After all, they are quite serious about it.