Cookies and Garfunkel

I ordered Girl Scout cookies from my professor's daughter and just got word that they'll be brought to class on Tuesday. Living for Tuesday my friends, living for Tuesday.

In other news, I have found the epitome of happiness. I love Simon and Garfunkel, I love Mumford. Meet my new best friend.


Here is how it went: I walked out of the MARB and started looking for a place to study. I tried to think of the place that would have the best internet access, the highest comfort, and the most open seats. I ran through a mental list of all the buildings on campus and became increasingly frustrated. "You know what this campus needs?" I said to my self, "It needs a building, or at least a part of a building, that is completely dedicated to study." I was legitimately considering what building could afford to donate a section to my study convenience when I looked up and realized I was walking past the library. I felt like an idiot.

Have you ever wondered why Mormon people seem to get married so young? My friend Lani wrote an awesome article about that very thing and you should definitely read it. Right here. In fact you should probably read the whole blog cause it's sweet and entertaining. Sweet in a, "dude, that's sweet" kinda way. Not like, what a sweet little baby. Glad we cleared that up.



3 comments:

  1. You love Simon and Garfunkel? I love that you love Mumford. I love that they covered that song. I actually didn't know that it was a cover until my dad was listening to Mumford with me (like a champ) and told me. That's my story.

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  2. hahahahahhahahahahahahahaa. I was totally with you on that one and then you said library and I was like... woooooooooooooooooooooooow. Hahahaha. That's amazing. Also your last sentence made me lol. Sooo keep being funny and gorgeous.

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  3. I never realized until just now that the lyrics are "whore zone, 7th avenue". I always thought it was "war zone".

    Suddenly the "I do declare, there were times when I was so lonesome I took some comfort there" make a lot more sense.

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