(such an original topic, but i mean it was the marriage prep class). i did learn some things, especially about integrity and making decisions now.
on friday i awoke feeling somehow sick, and used that as an excuse to not do more than two hours of studying the entire day. oh, and i ate about six oatmeal raisin cookies. (am i the only person who could eat these all day? they are delicious, and sort of healthy right?) After getting off work at 6 i booked it home to get ready for a date at 6:30. i got home with three minutes to spare but luckily my date was a little late so i wasn't completely frazzled looking. we went to Pad Thai Siam in Orem and got Thai food. i lurv Thai food. it makes me think of (a) freshman year when we would fight (but not really) over who Heather would be bringing home Thai food for; (b) dear Shalise and Bre who are in Thailand preaching the Gospel (you two better learn how to make Thai food while you are there!); and (c) how much i want to go to Thailand! we got massaman curry (i'm gonna try to make this) and some kind of noodles with beef, veggies and sauce. yummy yum yum. after dinner we went mini golfing. (sometimes i feel like guys take girls mini golfing because they know the girl is going to be horrible and therefore it become a chance for them to show off their manliness by being amazing at mini golfing. i don't think this was my date's mindset though don't worry. mini golfing is one of the top 3 most frequent date activities in provo. the other two are probably country dancing and bowling.) anyways i stink at golfing. like bowling i try to avoid it. but this adventure was actually pretty good! there was only a few times where i had to take about 15 tries to get the ball in. luckily i didn't feel too stupid. i embrace my poor lack of aim, and blame it on my hyper-extended elbows.
|i do not have photogenic fingers. but isn't the heart cute?|
after seeing the length of this post i have decided that maybe i should blog over the weekend instead of putting it off until monday. because who really reads these novels? i mean. . . no one comments on them. . . (do you like how i basically am begging for comments? share the love people!)