Monday, July 21, 2008

I have no pictures to illustrate this blog

It's fun to see which post in the history of your blog got the most comments. My winner is obviously the one about choosing an engagement picture--and then people wanted me to get more and more and it spiraled out of control. But 2nd place goes to a post about my cleaning habits. I guess it's exciting.

Today I watched Red Dragon on tv. Why would I do that? Ok I had a LONG phase when I really really liked scary things. Celia and I both have/had an obsession with serial killers, sick I know. I've grown out of it, and I'm helping her pull thruogh :) But lately I am scared of my own shadow. Every noise makes my imagination go wild. Things scare me a lot more and I have nightmares. So WHY would I watch that movie????

Kyle and I had a really fun trip this weekend! We drove to Cedar City and stayed in a crummy hotel and watched HBO (oh wait, no--our one night with HBO and NOTHING good was on!!!) and went to see Cyrano de Bergerac at the Shakespeare festival. It was awesome. I love Cedar City and its plays. I did, however, neglect to take a single picture of the entire weekend. Yes I suck.

Kayla: "(He doesn't know about this by the way, though he put me on the right track.) You remember that silly seance he arranged and how it ended when that girl--I forget her name--fainted? I'd asked what star the Overlords came from, and the reply was 'NGS 549672.'"--Childhood's End, by Arthur C. Clarke. Lately I'm geeky--I went to the used bookstore with Nieman and Christian a while back and bought 3 Arthur C. Clarke books for $5!

Celia got me into Fleet Foxes. I recommend them to you. Especially you, Katy. Celia and I keep meaning to tell you about them but we keep forgetting. It's music you'll like.

I bought a workout dvd--ever since we lost those Denise Austen tapes (did you steal them back Christy??) I've been without a fitness guru. I'm giving Jillian Michaels a try. I've done it once, and so far--she exhausts me. I feel WEAK. But that means something worked, right?

I love living vicariously through other people's lives. Drama, romance, intrigue--my life may be dull, but I text throughout the day to get the juicy news on other people. Sometimes gossip, usually from the horse's mouth. AND I LOVE IT ALL. So if you got anything good, send it my way. (Julie, your blog rarely fails me in that regard--especially lately, with the anonymous commenter!) My life is boring, people. I'm happily married! I need some conflict! Tell me what's going on in the real world! (Ok not the real world--the silly BYU dramatic dating/rooommate world will suffice.)

Ok I have to go shower. Hopefully Ralph Fiennes isn't about to kill me in really gross ways.


Julie said...

I'm glad you like my drama!! haha I think it's hilarious! I love to make things seem more dramatic than they really are.
Drama drama drama.
My best friend and I were both really dramatic people. (Well we both STILL are; we're just not friends anymore.) We always concluded that dramatic people make the world go round. Without us, the world would be boring!! haha You could write a comment and support me or something. Like, hey Julie, you're not angry in real life! I mean, I haven't really talked to you a lot in person, but you're not angry. You're just funny!! And fabulous! (haha had to throw that in)

Katy said...

I'm pretty sure that on any given day, you have a roughly 73.6% chance of being grotesquely murdered by Ralph Fiennes. That's just a truth we all have to learn to deal with.

Caitlin said...

Mmmm... Ralph Fiennes... mmmm.

Katy said...

I'm pretty sure it's time for you to blog again. Wait, lemme check...yes. Yes it is.