“True love is not so much a matter of romance as it is a matter of anxious concern for the well being of one’s companion”
-President Hinckley

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Illnesses and Tests

Well folks, I have mono. It's very sad considering how much I need to get done. Now, I have to cut every day in half and make sure I sleep enough. sheesh.

Dan and I have developed a new, completely unhealthy, obsession with the show Hell's Kitchen. We just HAVE to keep watching! What is going to happen next? Did that seriously just happen? It's intense. For our date last night, we went to our favorite Mexican restaurant and spent the rest of the night cuddled up watching Hell's Kitchen. Oh so much fun.

Unfortunately, because I'm sick, my doctor has me on a strict diet. I'm supposed to be eating light foods like toast and oatmeal, but I cheat as often as I possibly can. When Dan isn't looking, I'll eat a whole pizza cause I'm so hungry, but I'll regret it almost instantly because my stomach gets so upset. Whatever, worth it. So, eating Mexican food wasn't a very good idea, but it was completely worth it. Delicious! A person can only eat so much oatmeal, so sometimes I step out on my "special diet". The really lame thing about having mono is that I'm sick all the time but I don't get out of any school for it! I'm supposed to be getting lots of rest, but how can I when I have to constantly be working. This is my dilemma.

Dan has a test this Friday and then 2 on the following Monday, so he's stressing a little. Vet school tests are really hard, so I hope he does okay. I have a german test on Monday that I'm pretty nervous about and I hope I can do well on that.

We got to go to the temple last Saturday with our good friends Geoff and Jessica. That was a lot of fun. It's kind of a funny story actually. We were supposed to be going to Omaha to the Winter Quarters Temple because that is our closest one, but because we've all been so busy we forgot to call until the day we were going. Whoops. So, we call the temple to set up an appointment and they're closed. Ha! What are the odds? In spite of this, we make an executive decision to go to the Oklahoma City temple instead. This may not seem like a big deal, but it is. Omaha is about 3 hours away, so that is a really long day, but the OKC temple is like 4 1/2 hours away. That was a REALLY long day. We left at 9 in the morning and got back that night at 11. It was fun though and we're really glad we got to go.

Geoff and Jessica at Olive Garden. Yay temple!! I would have put the picture of Dan and I after this, but it was a REALLY bad picture. We were tired.

That's pretty much all that has been going on with us lately. Football season has started so we're watching as many BYU games as we can. Dan might cry if we don't.

Friday, September 4, 2009

People should stop moving

I miss her

and her

Everyone has moved away. How sad. I am now taking applications for new best friends. Any takers?
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