Holy Inappropriateness!

Why do parents take their children to rated R movies? This never ceases to baffle me, especially when their kids are not even in double digit years. Last night Daniel and I went to see Watchmen, and I don't even think I was old enough to see it! There was nudity, adult "situations," and very graphic violence; I had to cover my eyes and ears a couple of times. And I fought the urge to ask the parents WTF, why would you do this to your kids, because now they are going to grow up and be promiscuous serial killers. At least Daniel agrees that we won't take our kids to such showings. All in all, the movie was not something I would recommend; the end left me confused and empty.

So I finally arrived in Houston late Friday night. My flight was delayed which caused me to run so I could catch my connecting flight. Lucky me, on my connecting flight I got to sit by a woman who complained on the phone about the delay. When I did get to Houston we went to Wal-mart to get dinner and breakfast. I was so hungry it was insane!
Saturday we made an unsuccessful outing to the outlet mall. For our date we tried a different Mexican restaurant, Lupe Tortilla, and it was delicious! It is our current Houston favorite. Then we wasted some of Daniel's money by going to see Watchmen.

It has been raining since I arrived and I wish it would stop.
Today we are going to the Galleria and we will hopefully look at some sparkly things!


Reality TV

I have always wanted my own reality show since Laguna Beach and The Hills.  I am working on it, but as you can see below Daniel is kind of killing that dream. I have been successful in recording without him knowing, so maybe I'll post some "episodes" later.  I would even consider moving back to Canyon if MTV would start shooting The Canyon. Being paid $75,000 per episode for playing me and creating fake drama is my idea of a dream job.


Recent :)

Moving on. . . 

Today was good, almost identical to most of my days. I am disappointed that I am not playing racquetball right now, but I suppose that M&K should study for their tests instead. This semester is going by much faster than previously anticipated, which makes me happy and sad at the same time. I am thrilled to be able to see Daniel again, but I am very sad to say good bye to my friends. Kasey and Matthew have become my closest friends these past two years, I can't imagine not seeing at least one of them everyday. This thought actually made me cry on my way to work the other day. I also will miss my co-worker, aka long lost sister, Carolyn. It is weird how similar our personalities are, and how they surprisingly don't clash! If it weren't for her, work would not be the highlight of my day. I will even miss Katie since I am FINALLY getting to know her. Of course I will miss my Canyon girls. We have been together for years, but I will be a bit closer to one of them. I am going to try and not think about moving so I can enjoy the time I have left with everyone (wow, that sounds like I am dying).

I am looking forward to the weekend because we are all planning on hanging out! And I will even get to see Kara :)


Sibling Weekend

I had a great time with Marshall over sibling weekend!
I forgot what a challenge waking Marshall up in the morning is, so we missed breakfast and the double T pancakes. Fortunately he woke up in time to hang out with the Saddle Tramps on the football field and eat lunch in the press box. This was the most memorable event of the weekend. It was such an incredible feeling to be on the field where so many of my Tech memories lie, and to eat lunch with a great view of the field and Lubbock (that is if there can be a great view of Lubbock). 

We also went to the museum where we saw Dinosaur bones and a laser show. I even showed Marshall how to play racquetball. We decided not to attend the Lady Raiders basketball game, and instead watch Talledega Nights and 10,000 BC.

We wrapped the weekend up with my mom at the family breakfast.

I hope that Marshall had as much fun as I did. I can't wait for him to be a Red Raider!