It has come to this. Chris and I laid around last night watching cat videos on youtube.
When I got on my computer this morning, said videos were still open.
Video after video led my to this by Kid President.
Which is where I heard these two super great and super true quotes:
“It’s okay to disagree but it’s not okay to be mean.”
“If you can’t think of anything nice to say, you’re not thinking hard enough.”
Here’s an unrelated picture for you, because I like pictures. And I tend to put one on most blog posts. Words are really great too though. Not all posts need pictures. But I took this picture over the summer of three of my favorite boys. Cody (dog), Jordin (brother in law), and Chris (future spouse). :) Lots go great times were had this summer. And lots of great times are had now too. Currently these great times are being taken over by finals and end of semester projects. But Chris and I did make time to watch cat videos last night and talk with great friends. :)
It’s finals time.
The second floor of the library can become a pretty warm and sleepy place.
With two of my favorite kids, Chris and Alyssa, we made the second floor of the library a livelier place. We also had help from our cardboard friends Brother Martins and President Wheelwright.
There’s a lot going on right now.
One thing at a time.
President Brigham Young stated in the “Government of God”:
“For me, the plan of salvation must… circumscribe [all] the knowledge that is upon the face of the earth, or it is not from God. Such a plan incorporates every system of true doctrine on the earth, whether it be ecclesiastical, moral, philosophical, or civil: it incorporates all good laws that have been made from the days of Adam until now; it swallows up the laws of nations, for it exceeds them al in knowledge and purity; it circumscribes the doctrines of the day, and takes from the right and the left, and brings all truth together in one system, and the leaves the chaff to be scattered hither and thither.”
I cannot wait to go home for Christmas break!
Gah so excited!
I can’t wait to play with my precious nieces. And to sit around with my mom and my dad and my sister and my brother-in-law. And to go to church in my favorite Homer ward.
I’m excited to sit by the fire and get cozy and warm.
To see my breath when I’m outside in the cold.
I’m excited to make snow angels and build snowmen.
Btw, building a snow person takes a lot of work.
I’m excited to have Chris play with his puppy.
And for us to take her on walks in the woods.
I’m excited to be pretty tan compared to all the whiteys at home.
I’m excited to be out of school for a bit.
I’m excited for HOME.
And for winter.
A week and a half and Boy and I are headed off island.
North to Alaska!
Thanksgiving day started with some pumpkin pie for breakfast. Beaut.
We has some Thanksgiving food later in the afternoon, thanks to some Hawaiian friends. I played some Christmas hymns on the piano and Chris and I talked with our grandparents.
When we came home we hopped on our bikes and went for a cruise.
I love these spontaneous little adventures. How great.