So, I am in the library right now. This place is where I feel inspired to update my blog, and my iPod is playing the Titanic soundtrack, so really, I am feeling so...inspired...I know I shouldn't use the same word in a sentence twice, but I was thesaurusly retarded back there. Bear with me. Anyways, I couldn't find any unoccupied computers at the front of the library, so I walked casually towards the back, I have never been back here before and let me tell you, this key board is BLOWING MY MIND!!!! It's all flat and technological...I am amazed by this world sometimes. But when I came up to this computer, there is a sign posted right on top that says, "MULTIMEDIA PROJECTS HAVE PRIORITY" and I looked around, not suspiciously at all, I was clearly thrown off by this command from the computer. The guy who is on the other side of this table totally knew that I didn't have a project, and that I was trying to go unnoticed. phhff. No one was here and really, if they need the computer that bad, I will give it to them. I am such a nice person.
Tonight is the Black and White Ball that the Honor's Program is putting on. I am going and I am wearing a bright lime green dress despite the clear invitation to wear black and white. I guess it will be like in the movies when that one girl stands out, ya know? I guess that one girl will be me. But really, I don't think I'll be the only one not in the standard colors. I bet others will want to poke out like a sore thumb too. That was not my intentions, I just don't have a black or white dress and quite frankly, I don't want to buy one, since I just barely bought a sweat shirt and sweat pants that say UVU on them. School parifanilia is ridiculously over priced if you ask me. Seriously though? Why do they have to be $40 for a hoodie? I can go to Wally World and get one for $20. Like I said, this world amazes me sometimes.
I promised in my last post that I would talk about the Catcher in the Rye. It is single handedly one of THE best books I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Despite the constant swearing, as much as profanity may seem funny or inappropriate, I think this book needed it. It portrays the character being stuck in between a child and an adult, he doesn't know where he belongs, so I think the swearing is a way to try to make himself seem older. I don't really know how to explain the book without giving the fun stuff away, but I could relate to the character so well, and I don't even know why. I'm not a 17 year old boy who flunks out of a boarding school. But, one of my favorite things is he would always say, "it killed me!" and I always say that. (In funny situations, and every time he said it, it killed me.) I recommend it to anyone and everyone.
p.s. Forget BYU or U of U...GO WOLVERINES!