Thursday, March 28, 2013

Dance Off!

I had two friends stay at my house last night as they were passing through on their way to Zion National Park. These two friends I met in Korea while we were all teaching English, so it was grand fun to catch up after so long.
We chatted about old times and jammed out with my guitar (that I don't play) and my keyboard (that I do play), but that got old rather fast.
So then we played DDR.
I never was very good at that game, but my friends wanted to play it, so I joined and we had lots and lots of fun. I was rather shocked at how freakin' good my one friend is at that game! She had the process down! I have to admit that I learned how to be better at the game from her technique, and that alone made the game way more fun. A few weeks ago my brother saw and bought a dance mat from the thrift store, so now the game can have two players. It was so fun to have our own little dance off. We played the game for around two hours before we finally gave up and went to bed. I perspired upon my brow. Exercise is gross.

So this weekend is Easter, and I'm looking forward to seeing my extended family and stuff. The weather has been so perfect here in my poor provincial town; I hope that it lasts through the weekend.

After that, I'm heading to Boston! I'm really excited. I've never been to New England so I'm trying to brush up on history and stuff so I know a bit about what I'll be seeing. If anyone reading this has any good ideas of fun stuff to do in Boston, PLEASE comment!

Friday, March 22, 2013

A Little Update

I've not kept up very well at this lately, but I have some fun news! I'm going to Boston with my parents in about a week, and I'm super excited! I've never been there, so I'm quite looking forward to it. I'll take a ton of pictures and blog all about it. 
Later in April I'm going to see Miranda Sings near SLC. I'm not sure what to expect, but I'm sure it'll be fun!
And the biggest news is that I'm going back to London! I'm so happy about it. I'm going on another study abroad trip, except I'm not going as a student, so I'm paying much less for all the same fun things the group will be doing. I'll also have a bit more free time to visit friends and do other things there. I'll also take a million pictures, since I feel like I never get as many as I wish I had. If I'm not too tired at the end of the day, I might try to blog every day I'm there. We'll see.
Here is a random picture of Zelda characters in the style of FlapJack.

If any of you reading this (yeah right) have any great ideas for things to do in London, comment below and tell me all about it! I'm a little braver as a traveler these days and I'm up for an adventure!
Until next time....