Saturday, November 13, 2010


Tonight was Y-Night. Basically, if you don't know what that is, the local YMCA allows us to take over their building for a few hours. Typically, quite a few people show up, however this time there were very few people. This made me a little sad because I always hear about how there is nothing to do on campus, how few opportunities we have to hang together off of campus and how no one ever wants to do anything. Now, I understand that its a Friday night and people have things to do on the weekends, but come on! Don't complain if you aren't willing to stay an extra night or get off your duff. Anyway, I had a good time. One of my friends who I haven't gotten to spend a lot of time with was there and it was really nice to get to hang out with her for a while. She's a lovely gal, and I hope that she knows that.

Beyond that, next week is the National Missionary Convention. I'm kinda excited to be going but apprehensive at the same time. Its in the same state as someone who I haven't spoken to in a long while and the hopeless romantic in me kinda hopes that this person will be there and we'll run into each other, but at the same time that notion scares the heck out of me. It probably won't happen, but you never know. I am going to be working the MACU booth while there some of the time, and also helping with the kids. I'm really excited to be working with the kids because its been a while since I've gotten to do that. From what its looking like, its going to be a pretty neat couple of days. Oh, also, I'm one of the drivers. Which is much less exciting, however I'm one of the few students here who logs over 4,200 driving miles in a school year.
All in all, this has been a relatively calm week. I have only one paper to complete this weekend and a test to study for. Not too bad of a homework load. I started making a doll this evening. Not like a baby doll, more like the ugly dolls. All of the other projects are done (see previous post) so I think I may work up a couple hats and gloves. I'm kinda looking forward to a relaxing weekend full of watching Doogie Howser, MD and making cute things.
Lovely Life.