Monday, June 30, 2008
Posted by April at Monday, June 30, 2008
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Does anyone else find this shot glass a little ironic?
BYU - rated the #1 Stone Cold Sober School in the Princeton Review (also took #1 spot in the "Got Milk?" and "Scotch and Soda, Hold the Scotch" categories).
Thank you Ebay. My shot glass collection is officially complete.
Posted by April at Thursday, June 26, 2008
Monday, June 23, 2008
Awhile back I mentioned some of my favorite things. But today, in the spirit of Monday (my least favorite day of the entire week), I've been thinking of some of my unfavorite things, my list of dislikes.
So here it is, the world would be a better place without the following things:
Alarms. Bumper Stickers. Carrots. Doing dishes. Earwax. Freezing Weather. Good-byes. Hot Dogs. Ironing. Jellyfish. Kool-aid. Losing Things. Mosquitos. Nylons. Overeating. Public restrooms. Queasiness. Rodents. Shaving. Tiredness. UTI's. Velour. Whiskers on Kittens. Xyster. Yelling. Zits.
Posted by April at Monday, June 23, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Highlights of the concert include -
1. Having a half-naked drunk man offer to give me a proper dance lesson because he "reckoned" I never had one.
2. Where the Green Grass Grows - enough said!
3. A tasty cheeseburger with Swedish Fish for dessert. Yum.
4. Throwing cherry seeds into some country guys mouth to entertain ourselves while we were caught in traffic.
5. Did I mention Tim was wearing tight pants?
Posted by April at Thursday, June 19, 2008
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
That was until my alarm clock went off at 6:30 am on Saturday morning. I laid in bed almost convincing myself to Sleep in for the Cure. But knowing that my friends would be waiting for me at the metro, I got my bum in gear and headed downtown even earlier than I do on a normal work day.
The metro was buzzing and everyone was wearing their new race t-shirts (except Micah. I suppose it was because the pink and purple breast cancer symbols didn't match his red hat). Once there, I was immediately glad that I didn't sleep in. Races are so fun and energizing.
The weather was ridiculously hot and the air was barely breathable it was so thick. Once downtown, we could barely see the base of the Washington monument. The rest was covered in thick, humid air. Lucky for us, Condoleeza Rice was there with her personal trainer, leading us in stretches that made us forget we were sweating profusely.
It was a great race. My running buddies - Stephanie, Hilary and Micah - kept me energized to the very end. Yoplait provided us with fizzy gogurt which proved to be a better cold pack than as an edible substance. There were no breast cancer hats for which we were all very sad. But we didn't run into the creepy Ronald McDonald for which we were all very grateful.
I went straight home and rewarded myself with a little Nap for the Cure. No more breast cancer!
Posted by April at Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Friday, June 6, 2008
Posted by April at Friday, June 06, 2008