I know you've all been on the edge of your seats, wondering: What has Megan been doing the past few weeks? Well, no need to fear. I'm going to tell you. With bullet-points.
- School. I'm taking spring classes right now, and they're going well. Nothing too exciting, except that President Uchtdorf's twin grandsons are in one of my classes. And guess who just talked to one of them the other day?! That's right. Score. Now I just need to talk to them auf Deutsch.
- Crazy temple trip adventures in the rain. With shoes with holes in them. :( And ankle-deep puddles. Yes, I screamed. Yes, my roommate laughed at me.
- Movies with roommates. Namely "Newsies" in the Varsity Theatre and "The King's Speech" (PG-13 version) in the Dollar Theatre. By the way, "The King's Speech" is a.maz.ing. Amazing.
- Wedding receptions! It is the summer of weddings. Seriously. (But let's be honest . . . what summer isn't the summer of weddings?) But it's good, because I've realized that I absolutely love weddings. They make me really happy, which some would say is weird for a very single girl, but I love them. The hopeless romantic in me gets all giddy at wedding receptions. Recently, I went to Christina's wedding reception (a very good friend from Cambridge), and McKenzie's wedding reception (a very good friend from high school). Both were beautiful brides, both had beautiful wedding receptions, and I'm very, very happy for both of them. :) Below are pictures from Christina's wedding reception (all photos taken by Michele Trichler):
|The lovely bride and groom.|
|This is me pretending to be Lucy Pevensie. In Narnia. Yes, I have a very active imagination.|
|We love to laugh.|
|The cake! It's made to look like Christina's dress.|
I don't have any pictures from Kenzie's wedding reception, but it was beautiful, too. AND GUESS WHO CAUGHT THE BOUQUET?! Yep, you guessed it. It's another sign.
- Writing Center internship. I've been interning at the BYU Writing Center for spring term. It's definitely been a learning experience, and I'm enjoying my time there. I hesitate to put too much on here, because now my intern profile on the website links to this delightful blog, and I never know when Big Brother is watching. . . . (answer: all. of. the. time.) Not really. But I might blog more about the Writing Center in the future. I probably will. It's part of my life now. And it's turning out to be a really fun part of my life.
So there you have it. My life for the past couple of weeks in bullet points. I can't really think of a clever way to end this blog post, so I think it will just end . . .