It's not so much "whatever that means." It's whoever...

"Dear Elder Cannon: you are hereby called to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You are assigned to labor in the Colombia Bogota North Mission. It is anticipated that you will serve for a period of 24 months...You will prepare to preach the gospel in the Spanish language... "

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

End of week one, and going...strong?

I'm done.

With week one, that is. Only...14 weeks to go? Something like that.

Work is going well. It's two hours a day right before my Music 101 class. I've only been late to class once. But it was on the first it was pretty embarrassing. Have I told this story already? Oh well. I'm starting to get the hang of things at the campus post office. I know, I know...I work at the post office. So, if you ever send a letter to someone at BYU-Idaho, including people in the dorms, it goes through me. I feel like I have so much power and control. Mua ha ha haaaaaaaaaa! Okay...not really. But it is kinda fun to look at all the different letters and packages and periodicals. Speaking of which...I never understood the spanish word 'periĆ³dico'. It confused me. But makes sense. Blame it on the post office. It does things to you. Oh! Story time. Ready? Yesterday we got a box full of baby chicks in the mail.

Have you ever wondered what life would be like without homework? I have. And you know what I think it would be like? Pie heaven. It's like heaven, but tastier.

I went on my first legit college date! And people said that no one would pay attention to me because I'm a premie (is that how you spell that?). You hear that term a lot as a freshman. In case you didn't decipher the clever code of demeaning upper-classmen, it means that you haven't been on a mission yet. Like me. Everyone says that until you've been on a mission, the girls don't want anything to do with you. much for that idea.

I once heard a song that I kinda liked. Then I went and found the music for it, and played it through a couple of times. I didn't really do much with it after just filled up space in my music binder. Then one day I was talking with a girl that happened to like that song, and we were close to a piano, so I tried to play it.

I wish I had learned it better...

Did you know that there are sand dunes like 20 minutes north of Rexburg? I did. Well...since I moved here, that is. But I knew it before you, so HA!

Also, if anyone owns any ATV's or dirt bikes that they would be willing to donate to a good cause, I'd be very grateful.

You wanna know something cool? I'm still really super ADD even though I'm in college. Like, I do this thing where I'll be talking to someone (normally a girl...I know, I know. I talk to girls), and I'll get in this 'random question' mode where nothing that comes out of my mouth has anything to do with anything that we had been talking about. It's wonderful... case you hadn't noticed, I blog that way too...

Also...I'm really not obsessed with girls or anything. I feel like I've been talking about girls a lot. There are a lot of girls at BYU-Idaho. So...I spend the majority of my time with one girl or another. Just...thought I'd let you know...? Um, yeah. Now we can get back to...ME!

I'm really disappointed that Rexburg doesn't have an In-N-Out Burger. I'll have to find somewhere else that sells strawberry shakes.

Well, my gargantuan pile of homework awaits. I'd better go take care of it before it eats someone...

Have a nice day! And remember to drink your Ovaltine!


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