Monday, November 17, 2008

This Weekend Was Run By Boys.

This last weekend was gold. Pure gold. So much fun, wouldn't you agree Kayleigh? :) OH MY GOSH! I am sitting in the library and I just saw this kid for the second time today and he looks exactly like this boy I went to high school with. It is uncanny, it freaks me out a little bit when I see people and think I know them and it turns out it is not them. Shatters my universe really. Anyways, back to this weekend. Friday night, Kayleigh and I headed up to Magna, I won't go into intense detail, if you really want to know about it go to and you will get the full run down of it. I look back and laugh about it now, but in the process of getting there I was ready to rip somebody's head off. And since Kay was the only person around, I'm quite surprised she is still alive. The night was fun, we had the best pizza ever! We made it ourselves, dough and all and it had two layers of cheese and pepperoni. I guarantee it had 1,000 calories in just one slice. After dinner, we watched Anchorman and now I can legitimately quote that movie without feeling slightly lost. Once the movie was over, we went into my cousin's roommates room and took pictures with his camera. Cool ones too, we made the shutter stay open for a long time and drew picture with a flashlight. They are fantastic.

Saturday, My good friend Curt came down to Orem to hang out. It was quite short notice and I was pretty stressed out when he told me he was coming down because first of all, I didn't know what the crap we were going to do and second of all, I kind of like the guy. I called my roommate freaking out and she just laughed at me and told me it was all going to be ok. And it was fun. We made another pizza (not as good as the one the night before though, shhh) and then we watched Red Eye, only after searching for the movie Disturbia for about and hour. I can't believe nobody had it! After the movie was over, Kayleigh came over and we hit the pool and got our trash kicked in pool basketball. I probably shouldn't have talked myself up as much as I did, it made the loss that much more embarrassing. Although, I found intense joy in Kayleigh hitting Curt repeatedly with the basketball saying, "bad dog, bad dog!"

Sunday, I went to church and hung out with a couple guys during tithing settlement. One I was acquainted with already and sort of have a small crush on. big suprise. The other one, I knew of him and had talked to him a couple times when he came into the office. I was laughing with them for a quite awhile. Once that was over, we went back to the apartment, and I had a lot of reading to do because I had to read the entire book "The Catcher in the Rye" by today. So about an hour into reading the boy I was chillin with during tithing settlement shows up at my door. Jenessa pretended to be asleep and Nancy was doing homework so I was the main entertainer. We had a lot of fun for a long time. Jenessa finally got up and we were playing Nintendo 64 and making cookies and watching America's Funniest Videos and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The next thing I knew it was 8:00 p.m. and I hadn't gotten ANY reading done. He realized the same time I did and laughed as he said, "Wow, that five hours went by really fast." He decided he didn't want to wear out his welcome and bid us farewell. I stayed up past midnight reading that book and I still didn't finish it. But I read the last of it right before English today. I won't talk about the book in this post because it is really long anyways, but I will in the next one because that book changed my life. It really did. :)


Kayleigh said...

Haha, I wasn't saying "bad dog." I was saying, "Back off! Back off!"

I just wanted to throw the basketball at him through the whole game because he was all up in my grill. So finally when I did hit him in the head, it was so gratifying that I just kept doing it.

Kayleigh said...

And I want to read the book now. You'll have to let me borrow it.

Sorry for the two comments. I commented in the middle of reading the post. I should have known I'd have more to say.

Jeff and Sarah said...

Watched Disturbia the other day with Brit. We got it at the Red Box, no problemo. Pretty good show. Oh by the way do you mind that I hooked up on your blog? Also just got done watching Get Smart. Hilarious.

Anonymous said...

So who is it that you're seeing that reminds you of someone from school?