I don’t want to do homework. I don’t want to read “Über Wahrheit und Lüge im aussermoralischen Sinne.” I don’t want to go to any more classes. I just want to sit here and blog and look at wedding pictures and talk to my mommy.

But I have to read my German, because I gave a good analysis in class last week and my teacher will be expecting a good analysis this week.

Did I tell you we’re going to Disneyland? Yeah. We’re going to Disneyland.

Spencer said the other week, “We need things to look forward to.”

Yes, Spencer. We do.

So here are some things we are looking forward to:

This Saturday there is a Chinese night in our neighborhood. We will go to Chinese night.

Late Saturday night I will hang out with Miss Megan.

We have Disneyland next week.

After Disneyland we’ll buy pumpkins and find Halloween costumes.

Then Thanksgiving.

Then Kevin, my brother-in-law gets home from his mission.

Then Spencer and I have a tradition every end of semester to light candles and sing Happy Birthday (for no logical reason, except that we survived the semester) and kiss. It’s a fun tradition.

Then Christmas.

Then I go to Vegas with my mom-in-law, Gayla, and sister-in-law Kevin.

Then our six-month anniversary.

Then my birthday.

Then Hawaii in March. Yes. We’re going to Hawaii. And Spencer’s birthday in Hawaii.

While we look forward to these things, we’re saving every penny, studying hard, working hard, and looking forward to happy things.


  1. That sounds like a lot of great things to look forward to! I’m jealous of your awesome life! I’d like to go to Hawaii in March.

  2. Anticipation is a great high.

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