Sunday, June 15, 2014

Free falling

So yesterday I decided to be a little bit crazy. I decided that skydiving would be a really good idea. So I convinced my good friend Carly that skydiving was a good idea. Well I guess I didn't really have to convince her, but we definitely had to convince Mama Sue. But we did it, Carly and I being so fearless and not even a little nervous (totally a lie) jumped from 12,000 feet. It was the coolest feeling in the world. We were literally free falling, it is the most freeing feeling in the world, I can't explain it. To anyone who wants an adventure go skydiving. I can promise you it will be worth every penny. I mean what's the worst that could happen?:)




















Monday, June 9, 2014

{One Month}

I still cannot believe that I will be leaving on a mission in one month. It feels like yesterday I was saying, "oh I leave in about four months, I have so much time!" Well the time is running out and I'm getting nervous, don't get me wrong I am so excited, but being nervous is also a big part of this whole mission thing. So here's to one month, to prepare, to live crazy, to spend time, to laugh, to love, to make the moments count, and last is to go! See ya in a minute France! 





Friday, May 30, 2014

It's just a "see ya later"

This past weekend, I had the lovely opportunity of going to the exotic St. George for a mission farewell. This farewell was for my dear friend Megan. I've been to a lot of farewell's in my life, but this one was definitely one of the hardest. Even thought I haven't been friends with Megan for that long, I feel like I have known her my whole life. She's a friend who just gets me, she is so caring, and I've never met someone like her in my life. So here's to you Meg, thank you for being one of my best friends and for caring so much. Kill it in Canada. I love you!



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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Love the art in yourself, not yourself in the art

As I went back to my good old stomping grounds of dear old Davis High yesterday to watch the Advanced Theatre class of 2013-2014, I couldn't help but feel a rush of nostalgia. Throughout my years at Davis I was blessed with many opportunities to be involved with the performing arts. At the end of my junior year I auditioned to be in a class called Advanced Theatre, being in this class was something I had been wanting clear back to my Freshman year. Making this class would be a dream come true. Well after an intense audition and callback I had made the class, my dream was becoming a reality. 

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Car is parked, bags are packed, but what kind of heart doesn't look back?

So I know I'm a little bit late on the whole end of Freshman year blog post thing. But like a good friend of mine named Megan said, it's hard putting it into words. I truly cannot describe what this year has meant to me. Choosing to go to school at Utah State was easily one of the BEST decisions I have ever made. The people I've met, the choices I've made, the experiences I've had, the trials I've overcome, the blessings I've received have all been amazing. Was it always a fun party? No it wasn't. It was hard and at times I wanted to throw in the towel and move home, I'm so glad I didn't. This year has shaped me into a different person. I am so glad I came to Utah State. I'll miss it while I'm out serving the Lord for 18 months; but no worries I'll be back right after. It's my second home.:)

"How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard."-A.A. Milne

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Finals had me like


We all know finals week is a beast. So here ya go everybody. Congrats. You've almost made it!!

Thursday, April 24, 2014

First Time Blogger!

Hello there friends!
Well I've officially done it. I've created a blog. Don't let the pretty templates fool you, it's a lot harder than it looks! But I figured since I am absolutely terrible at keeping a journal, maybe I'll be better at updating a blog. So here goes nothing. If you're reading this, obviously you're a little bit interested in my life; so let's start with some introductions shall we?