As for McCall, she is the best roommate. She leaves the light on so I can study while she sleeps, she switches me dinner days, and she does the funniest things which makes for a great time all the time. Oh and she's the definite favorite in apartment N3. I love her.
Life's good but once this week is over I will cry out of pure joy. Three exams you guys. Exams that determine a good part of my grade. AWESOME.
Some other things:
Yesterday I saw a long and bright green laser in the sky so obviously I assumed I was going to be abducted by aliens and after my exciting day at the library, I was pretty happy about it. Then I realized, the laser was coming from the engineering lab and they were probably just having fun. It was wild nonetheless.
I have this weird ache in my back and it needs help.
I had 2.5 pieces of cake yesterday around midnight when I got home. I justified it by saying I deserved it.
I see this girl that I beat in tennis on the daily and each time she gives me this death glare and it is odd. How do I see her so much, you ask? She works at the dang bookstore.
I got my swag back. Literally. The van is now mine once again. To be honest, I'm quite happy about it. Not having a car is so restrictive.
Saturday was the football game against UNLV and we won 35-17, I think. It was a white out so we looked real fresh out there on the stands.
Call and I scored tickets to conference at church. They gave us them in a set of three so naturally we thought of Abbey Hafen to come with us. I'm so excited, it's my first time.
That reminds me. Also in church, McCall and I couldn't stop laughing at the most ridiculous things during testimony meeting and it was just BAD. I felt like a horrible person. Everything was funny. If you're wondering, McCall makes the funniest faces when nobody is looking and I laugh every time.
Fall is about the prettiest thing on this earth. There's a picture I took while on the road, right before I reached Logan. Love this place.
(excuse the horrible quality)
I've never seen colors like that before. I love them.
We take white-outs seriously here at USU.