Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Little Things

Favorite moment of last weekend- slow dancing (AKA swaying for this couple) in the living room, wearing basketball shorts and an old t-shirt, listening to Damien Rice, while waiting for water to boil. It's a thing like that that makes a hard week worth it.

I'll push through all hard weeks if you'll always be my swaying partner, Sweetheart.

Love you.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Blog Revival

Today I've decided to revive this blog. It's been a pathetic 6 months since I've even looked at it. 6 months! I might as well have left it for dead! In my defense, however, since February I've been working with a computer that has a predilection for shutting down at random and taking roughly a bazillion years to boot back up. So naturally, I blame this blog's near death totally on the computer. Although, I guess technically I share some guilt seeing how I left the computer under my couch 24/7 to collect dust bunnies and other such "unhealthy" things for mechanized equipment. But that's neither here nor there. All that needs to be said is the computer's been fixed, and we have come to an agreement; it will no longer shut down at random provided I store it on a desk with room to breathe. Seems reasonable enough. Moving on.

To bring you up to speed, I'm in Indiana. Yes, I know you're all jealous of the exotic nature of my new home, but please, let me explain. We're only here due to law school. It's true. As of today my husband is officially on loan to IU for the next three years. I swear, if it weren't for that, I never would have left my Utah home to taunt you all with tales of my alluring, foreign life among the corn and hicks.

To be honest with you (that is assuming you know me well enough to realize the preceding paragraph was complete sarcasm), Indiana is great! I feel horrible for ever assuming it was a nowhere state in the middle of nowhere (that's a lot of nowhere). I couldn't have been more wrong. I actually do NOT live by any corn- that's Ohio. Life here is anything but the boringness (that's right, I just said 'boringness') you associate with corn. And if you don't believe me, keep reading this blog and I'll use the next 3 years to prove it to you.

So yes, I'm back. and I'm coming at you from the Midwest, so be prepared for some interesting stories! And most likely, if I'm going to be realistic, some that are run of the mill.