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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Crazy Life :)

I have decided that my blog is more of something to vent to and record my happy or not so happy memories on. So this post will be about some of the silly things, crazy things, and amazing things that have happened to me within the last couple days.
Ashley B. has a friend that is getting married in March. Her name is Chelsey and I got to get to know her a little bit during my first semester at BYU-Idaho. Her parents are divorced so she is trying to do this whole wedding thing on her own. Ashley told her about my desire in making wedding videos as a job one day. Chelsey ended up asking me if I would do her whole wedding! I told her that I would LOVE to and that I would do it for free because I am obviously not pro yet. So I will be going to Vegas in March to do my first wedding!! I am so so SOOO excited! :)
Also, I have another connection that asked if I would practice on them and do their wedding in June! So who knows, maybe I will be starting my future dream a lot earlier then I expected :) :)
For FHE this week we did speed dating. I was super tempted not to go because really, that just sound super dumb. But Ashley B. and I decided to just go to support the ward and make it fun. It ended up being SO fun and we met so many people that we other wise probably wouldn't have given the time. How it worked was that the girls and boys sat on opposite sides of a huge long line of tables. Where we sat, there was a question that we could ask each other. Some of the questions were just 'ask your own question'. I decided to be silly and ask, 'What is your best vacuum impersonation?' I seriously haven't laughed that hard in a long time! Oh man some of the boys would get up and act it out. We had so much fun and some boys even asked if I would like to play volleyball and basketball with them sometime. :) It was such a wonderful time haha
Today, as we know, is valentines day. It seemed like a normal day here at Aspen Grove. I went to work, had a great time, played some volleyball and racquetball with Ashley and then we decided to practice our musical numbers that Taunalee, Ashley and I are doing tomorrow at institute and on sunday in sacrament meeting. While playing the piano, I get a call from Jon Hackamack (who I liked my Junior year of High School). I didn't answer. He calls me three more times. Finally I called him back and he says that he is at Aspen Grove and has something for me....I told the other girls to come with me so that it wouldn't be awkward and maybe he wouldn't stay long. We met up with him and he brought me a rose and candy for valentines day. Ok, I will admit, that is super nice but also SUPER awkward! I haven't associated with him in a very long time and for most of my senior year I thought he hated my guts. He has been texting me off and on just to say hi but I didn't think it was going this far. Anyway, that was my very strange valentines story of the day.
I have been thinking a lot about things lately because usually I have nothing better to do. I have seriously decided that I really miss school. If I could, I would be a full time student right now! It is so hard not really having a social life and still having to deal with high school friend drama. Since I have only gone one semester, I don't really have good college friends so the only people I have to talk to are family and old friends that I'm just not used to anymore. It seems that my life is going forward in some things that I am so excited for but at the same time it is also going backwards. I am very grateful for this job though because it is helping me get to school.
Anyway, thank you blog for letting me let it all out! :)


  1. Cindy that is so weird about Jon! Glad you're meeting a lot of hot men though :) I'll have to come visit you sometime! I just don't know where Alpine Grove is haha...

  2. I had the same experience--kind of. I went to BYU when I was 17 for one semester. Came home and then turned 18. Weird. I went back to Prom. Weird. I worked three jobs that summer and tried to keep busy...but it was high school when I was ready for college. I actually never went back home during the summers because of that. I worked and went to school year round (plus BYU gives scholarships easily to people who stay for the summer). Hang in there!