Saturday, September 26, 2009


I went to Homecoming this year, and had an absolute blast! I went with my good friend Brad. I met him at the beginning of last year and I have worked with him since then. We went as friends and nothing more. So, there is nothing to report there.

Okay, so he picked me up at my apartment, and we hurried over to the bluebird where we had dinner with 4 other couples. I didn't really know anyone there so we just talked the whole time. So, dinner was enjoyable. It was funny though cause the waiter was extra friendly to just me. He was nice to everyone but he kept complimenting me on my dress, along with other funny comments. he he

After dinner we went to the dance which was half stag, half couples. It was kind of weird. What you were supposed to do was dress up in a certain decade and come. So, about half the people were dressed up nice and the other half weren't. It was weird! To go along with the theme, "Here There and Everywhere. Once an Aggie, always an Aggie," they had different kinds of music in different parts of the TSC. They had a big band swing room, country western room, futuristic room, and 80's 90's and now room. So it was fun going to different places. Anyways, as you all know I am a terrible dancer but I still had a ton of fun. I am very glad Brad was my date cause I didn't feel so stupid!

So, after we were done dancing the boys (just two now) had planned a little surprise activity for us. They gave us a riddle, and we had to go find that spot to get the next clue. After going to several different places around campus we made it to our final destination. We didn't find another clue, but over under some trees on the grass there was a table set up with some chairs. They had brownies, ice cream and candles all set up! There was no one on this part of campus. So, it was a lot of fun having a little adventure. The boys were great!

After our dessert, the other couple decided to head over to true aggie night, and Brad brought me home. It was a great night!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Stitches, Crazy Amigos, Cinnamon Rolls, Photography, and True Aggie

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So, I think my life is pretty boring but then when I think about it I realize I have had a lot going on. Last Friday I spent the night with my crazy friends. Brad, Amy, Lexi, and Melissa. We watched the three amigos, and had Vanilla Creams.

By the end of the night Melissa and I bailed, and headed up to True Aggie Night. My intent for going was to support Melissa in becoming a true aggie. Before we left I made it clear that I was NOT going to kiss anyone there. As we were standing up by the “A” Melissa, and her best friend (and kiss) were trying to tell me that I should just go up with someone. I didn't want to go find some random person to kiss. Well as I was arguing my point a cute boy walked by and asked me if I needed to go up there. “Uh...” Both Melissa and Anthony said yes. The cute boy grabbed my hand, and guided to me to the “A”. Yes, I became a True Aggie, and I did find out his name was Jessie. Yeah...

Saturday was a great girls night. We went and had dessert at Ruby Tuesday, and did face masks.

Monday I made my roommates dinner and made my very first batch of cinnamon rolls. They actually turned out really well. The pan was gone really fast. I invited two boys, which led to a total of 6 boys and 4 girls. It was a ton of fun.

Now for my exciting story to the hospital.

I woke up Thursday morning and kept reminding myself that it was going to be a good day! I took my test, stayed happy, and headed to work. When I arrived at work I realized we were short staffed and I was working solo in sweet streets. So as I was cutting some pineapple with a dull knife the knife slid of the fruit inserting itself into the side of my knuckle. Ah crap! I grabbed a paper towel and headed to the back kitchen. As I was trying to stop the bleeding several of my managers and head boss came to take a look.

Through out this whole mess I started feeling really queasy and light headed. So I sat down while I filled out some paper work, and it was decided I need to go to the hospital to get a tetanus shot. After getting some food in my stomach we headed to the hospital. After getting my shot the doctor came in to examine my finger. He decided that it would be best to give me stitches and let me leave.

He gave me three shots in my finger which hurt like dickens (I am not sure what the dickens feel like but it still really hurt). Which was followed by four stitches in my knuckle. It didn't really start hurting till last night when the numbing wore off, but since then it has been pretty painful. Oh well I'll live.

So, I have now had stitches! :0