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.