Friday, June 26, 2009

Southern Love

Kell and I headed down to Georgia last week for our friend's Mekelle and Kyle's wedding. It was exciting to travel with Kell again since last summer we adventured across Europe together.

We are well rehearsed in this whole flying thing.

We were first-hand witnesses of southern hospitality. We stayed at the neighbor's house, and every night there were notes and treats for us. We called it our resort.

Mekelle was a beautiful bride.

And Kyle was a handsome groom.

We were put in charge of the candy bar. This is probably the one and only thing we contributed to the entire event. We were so spoiled.
Then we headed back to Provo kind of against our will.
I'm so happy we went. It was such a fun four days. I loved spending time with family even though they weren't my own. It's refreshing to be around a family when you're around college students all the time. A little change of scenery and a reason to celebrate is always a good thing.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The soundtrack of my summer

  1. Don't Stop Believin', Journey - If you don't like this song, I don't like you.
  2. If It Kills Me, Jason Mraz - He sings my feelings all the time. How does he do it?
  3. Poker Face, Lady GaGa - This song comes up everywhere I go. The only lyrics I know are pa pa pa poker face pa pa poker face. But that's all I need. And everyone looks cool when they sing this song without music.
  4. Small Hours, Matchbox 20 - I'm a little bitter this summer was the first time anyone told me how wonderful the movie Meet the Robinsons is. Go watch it.
  5. Everything, Michael Buble - To remember last summer.
  6. Where You Lead, Carole King - To remember two summers ago.
  7. 5:19, Matt Wertz - I just really like him. And everyone can resonate with this song.
  8. Let Love In, Goo Goo Dolls - I regularly have pandora playing at work and this song comes up inevitably every time.
  9. Walking in Memphis, Marc Cohn - His voice makes me want to be friends with him. If I had March Cohn's number, I'd probably call and ask him for advice all the time.
  10. Lovin' In My Baby's Eyes, Taj Mahal - It makes me happy. Love is simple.

Monday, June 1, 2009


As I sat and studied for a midterm tonight, these are the texts I received. One from my mother, the other from my father.