I was watching the news this morning, and this commercial came on for the Canada Olympic Snowboard team, and I immediately developed a little crush for Matthew Morrison (who we all need to cheer for by the way), and then upon further searching, I discovered that the teacher from Glee is also named Matthew Morrison.....interesting.
Firstly, I would like to publically thank Diandra for her beautiful porcelain wildflower bathroom set that she presented me with on Saturday night.
I love it. *barf*
It is gloriously hideous. So, in the interest of social sciences, and following the mantra that one man's treasure is another man's junk, I decided to conduct an experiment:
1. I took a picture of the aforementioned bathroom set, after removing all price tags. [SIDE NOTE: Who gives people wedding presents with the price tags left on? Especially when it's that ugly and you got it on sale at Winners? Riddle me that, Batman.]
2. I posted the picture and an ad up on kijiji. I was asking for $20 OBO (or best offer, for those non-kijijiites out there) and figured that was WAY too much money for the pile of junk. The plan was to repost the ad every day and ask for less and less, and see at what point someone was interested.
In case you didn't know- I may love John Mayer. I think the Room for Squares CD was played more at my house growing up than any other CD- except perhaps the first Savage Garden CD. That was an absolute classic. It was also the first CD I ever owned. I thought I was so cool. So I have listened to him for the majority of my teenage years, and love his music. I think in real life he is a tool- but that is beside the point. His music is great. He has a new CD out- it is called Battle Studies. Check it out when you are looking for some chill music. Every once in a while you need it.
So on Friday we went to see New Moon- opening night. We were excited enough to take on a theater full of swooning, screaming, ooh-ing and aah-ingteenage girls. Sad to say, by the end we had all become them- and were probably more vocal about it.
Also sad to say, Edward is no more. It is all Jacob now. The second Jacob took of his shirt- it was game over. No painted on, hairy, pale chest could compare. I have converted to the Jacob side. I also went wearing a TEAM EDWARD shirt- mostly because it was $5 in Vegas and I thought it would be funny. I may burn it. I also feel we need to get rid of the Edward poster prominently displayed in our living room, and buy this Jacob poster instead. The Sister Missionaries might feel a little awkward though. As will any male who feels threatened by Jacob's body. They thought Shahrukh Khan on our fridge was bad...
The question still remains in my mind: why is everyone fighting over the most boring girl on the planet?
YAY! SO as Bonnie already said.... It's finally Official. For anyone who doesn't know, we're getting married February 13th in the Cardston temple - WAHOO! He proposed to me on Saturday. It was a mix of a 'P' Themed day, same as our first date. And a proposal in the river valley at sunset. Very cute. :) I hope this posts. I'm so bad at blogging...
Trouble friends. I have lost my New Moon knowledge. My mother sent me this quiz (which I'm surprised you hadn't found yet Bonnie- people.com and about vampires... you are slacking) and I got 4/10. Apparently I am clumsy Bella. Whoops. Maybe I need to read the book again before we go? Pull an all-nighter? Call in sick to school to finish it? My students will understand... they are probably doing the same thing. I am also debating wearing my Team Edward shirt to school on Friday. I think it will cause mass uproar amongst the students and cause many of the teachers to puke. This sounds like a good Friday to me...
While I was stalking people on facebook I came across this gem. Find this in Utah Bonnie and your life will be complete. I feel it is something you can only find in the States. Or maybe at Claires on a bad day. They seem to have funky flavored stuff there sometimes. Sick.