Friday, November 30, 2007

Listen to his voice!!!!!


Good times, good times...

Mary's bus left her today, so she hung out with me until my class started. It was a really good time. We don't get a lot of time to talk about stuff and today we did.

It was good.

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand I'm watching VeggieTales. I'm doing another fast of secular music/movies week. It's going pretty wonderfully thus far. I started wondering why if I am in the world all day, why I am running to the world for relaxation instead of God.. So anyway. I'll let you know how it went next Wednesday.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

This post is awesome, you should read it.

Today I considered the moral implications of stealing a cat as I carried him to my home. Mom and I found him!!! My excuse is that I carried him only because he didn't want to walk past the neighbor's dog. So I helped him.. Anyway, dad wasn't supposed to be awake when we got home, but there he was standing in the living room looking at us... Laughing his head off.

Mom told him he wasn't supposed to be awake. Then Rocky decided he liked our porch and he paced around while dad took some pictures. That cat is BEHEMOTH.

In other news. Downhere impresses me with two things. Marc Martel's voice and the lyrics.

"The Real Jesus" by Downhere

Jesus on the radio, Jesus on a late night show
Jesus in a dream, looking all serene
Jesus on a steeple, Jesus in the Gallup poll
Jesus has His very own brand of rock and roll

Watched Him on the silver screen
Bought the action figurine
But Jesus is the only name that makes you flinch

Oh, can anybody show me the real Jesus?
Oh, let Your love unveil the mystery of the real Jesus

Jesus started something new
Jesus coined a phrase or two
Jesus split the line at the turning point of time
Jesus sparked a controversy
Jesus, known for His mercy, gave a man his sight
Jesus isn't white

Jesus loves the children, holds the lambs
Jesus prays a lot
Jesus has distinguishing marks on His hands

If anybody walks behind the Good Shepherd
If anybody holds the hands that heal lepers
[The Real Jesus Lyrics on

And if you recognize the eyes that see forever, please...

Jesus, Jesus
Oh, can anybody show me Jesus
Oh, let Your love unveil the glory, the real Jesus

Oh, can anybody show me the real Jesus?
Oh, let Your love unveil the glory of the real Jesus, the real Jesus

There were some funny lines in there... And MY WORD in the season of ridiculous and dumb Christmas songs it is refreshing to hear Downhere's How Many Kings. Unfortunately they keep playing the Christmas shoes song. >_<

Gag me with a pitchfork. Let's be a little realistic, people. And also I appreciate Relient K's I Celebrate the Day song. It's refreshing to hear songs about Christmas that aren't about Rudolph, Santa, presents, perpetual happiness, and ridiculously cheesy songs about dying mothers. Why not actually take the incarnation of the Supreme God and make it about money!? ksafjlksdfoik!!!!

I think this is why I'm so jaded about Christmas, I get so distracted by all the "OHMYWORDLET'SALLBECHEESY" that I don't see the miracle that is my Lord, coming to earth to save me.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Happy Birthday!!!

Happy Birthday Kristy!!!

I hope your day gets more fabulous than it is right now...

love you!!!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


News like this makes me quiet and extremely thankful and awed. One of my friend's dads accepted the Lord recently. This has been such a huge prayer request for their family and they patiently waited, and the Lord answered them.

It amazes me that sometimes the Lord does give us our heart's desires. I am astounded at how He blesses us.

News like this gives me hope for people who don't know the Lord. He is so able to work on their hearts...

Nothing is without hope, I forget that when I'm around lost people. They seem so hard toward God... But God uses circumstances and people to change their hearts.

Don't lose hope. Remember how faithful He is.

But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.
-2 Peter 3:8-9

Monday, November 26, 2007


I talked to John before he got on the plane. "How are you doing?"

"Oh, just FANTASTIC."

"Really? Me too!!!"

His story is that the government hadn't paid for his ticket yet so he had to wait around for 45 minutes till they figured it all out, but it all worked out and he's flying to Japan right now.

As for my FANTASTIC story it deals with cars who decide it's time for their battery to die.

So Mom, Dad and John left for the airport around eight this morning. So lalalala I locked up the house at 8:50 and I went out to the car. I got in the car and it didn't start, not only did it not start, but none of the dashboard lights came on and the annoying buzzer was also off, and as I noticed later the clock was dead.

So I started laughing. "This is SO ridiculously AWESOME RIGHT NOW." XD

So I go back into the house and I called mom, "Hi, mom... Umm.. The car won't start."

"Sorry. ... Ok, I'll put Dad on."

"Okay.. *waits*"

"Hi Elyse, the car won't start?"


"Alright, I want you to take the blue car."

*voice of disbelief* "The BLUE car?"

(The blue car that dies 2-3 times when you start it up and its transmission is iffy)

"Go into the garage and take the plant down [etc, etc.] Open the hood and connect the battery. You'll find a wrench over my workbench on the shelf. [...]"

My mission: Take the blue car to school

Obstacles to my mission: 1) Opening the hood 2) Finding the wrench to tighten the battery cable to the battery 3) Starting the car 4) Backing the car out of the garage 5) Keeping the car from dying

Ok. So, opening the hood.. Yeah it sounds simple DOESN'T IT?! Well it's not. Or it wasn't, now I know how. So I found the hood release in the car (in the dark) and pulled on it, then I went to the grill to find the pulley thing to unlock the hood. It wasn't there. So I went and grabbed a flashlight and it still wasn't there. So I went and looked at all the other cars to find out where it is. I went back and looked again and it still wasn't there. So I called Dad again, "Ummmm.. I can't find the hood releasey thingy."

"We were just talking about that. Pull the hood up and there are two "triggers," pull on them and that will release the hood."

"So I'm not retarded! Yaaaay!!!" *opens the hood* *rejoices*

So then I wander over to the work space of the garage and I tried to find the "work bench." Maybe it's just because I'm me, or maybe there is more than one "work bench" in the garage, but there is one space where you can lay stuff down and sand and stuff and then there is the drill and stuff. Dad said that it was above the drill thing on a shelf. I felt intimidated. Anyway, I ACTUALLY found it! yay for Elyse!

So then I connected the wire to the battery while I was on the phone and my parents were laughing at me. I was laughing too, it was all so ridiculous. Ah, good times..

Anyway, I got it connected. Then I got in the car and tried to start it. I tried to start it four times and finally it started. So then I was gunning it to make sure the engine wouldn't die and I was also trying to avoid hitting the house. I've never actually backed the car out of the garage, you see... So I got it in the driveway and I put it in park and put the e-brake on and ran rejoicing and dancing to the front door to lock it.

I'm not even kidding you, I was walking around the yard during the whole adventure saying things like, "I HATE MY CAR. I MEAN I LOVE.. LOOOOOVE MY CAR. OH MAN, I LOVE MY CAR SOOOOO MUCH RIGHT NOW...."

Then once I finally had it started I was saying, "THANK YOU JESUS!!!"

Yes, I said that out loud. It's a good thing most of my neighbors are either related to me or they know me really well....

Anyway, it was a good start to my day. God made me laugh at myself and my situation. "Your plans, Elyse? What? You want to get to school early today? I think not. hahaha!!!"

I laughed too. It was funny. And it really made me remember that God has control of my circumstances, each day is handpicked for us. No day could be better for you in the end than this day is today. (That was a confusing sentence.) Each day shapes us and teaches us things.

God is real, you guys... And He definitely has a sense of humor.

Sunday, November 25, 2007


The Cougars won, if you didn't actually know...

(this is my excuse for a post because I don't really have anything to say.)

Saturday, November 24, 2007



(quietly cheers for the Cougars)

Friday, November 23, 2007


I've been called Amazon twice today. Do you know what that means? It means that Kristy is here. And today we were insulting each other about what we like on our after Thanksgiving sandwiches. And I said that I liked cranberries and she was like, "You're weird." And I said something like, "Your face is weird." And she responded as, "Well, it's your face too."
"I have no comeback to that."

AND THEN. Rob, Kristy and I were playing a card game and John was playing his DS and anyway.. We were talking about John's hair and I said, "I dunno... It gives you a sort of distinguishment."

Do you think that's a word?

Well guess what... They didn't either.

They all burst out laughing and Kristy was like, "That is NOT a word." And I was like, "Oh, it SO is."

And for like the next 5 minutes they were going on and on.

"Elysement it is your turn to playment." And so on a so forth.... Then I was like, "PSHAW." So I went and grabbed the huge dictionary and I found it. So I read it and they were like, "I still don't believe you."

So my new nickname is Menthy. And then they were like, "Oh yeah... Tonight in Elyse's journal... "Dear diary, tonight I had a major victory. After theventeen yearth I have finally overcome them. Thank you for lithening diary, you are the only one who careth."

So then we asked everyone in the house if they thought it was a word and no one else did.

And then John couldn't stand me winning so he went and researched it. They were like, "You're so homeschooled. And you read those romance novels... Just because it was written two hundred years ago doesn't mean it's actually any good."


Then John informed me that it was only in the 1820 and 1912 dictionary. Funny because it was also in the 1970 dictionary.

John was like, "Well, it's not in the new one!!!" And I was like, "Well.. They're just dumbing down America and I'm not supporting that!!!!"

And I also called them public schoolers... =P Then Rob was like, "Well, I went to thchool in California and we made up a new form of Ebonicth.. It'th called Lithpbonicth." So then that was added on to the "ment" and more mockery... XD

My family members are a bunch of sharks, if they smell blood they attack.

Thursday, November 22, 2007


Yesterday I was really thankful for life, a few hours later I was just glad to be done with the whole day.

Anyway, circumstances don't dictate joy, only happiness. Today I am thankful and I'm a little bit tired because because I got up like an hour ago.

So what am I thankful for? I'm thankful for life. I'm thankful that the God of heaven and earth chose me to be His servant. I'm thankful that I'm getting to know Him. I think more than anything else I'm just thankful for how He loves me, His love is amazing. His love is vast and yet it reaches down and amazes me once more because of His tenderness toward me. I'm so confused as to how a love can be so great and yet be so intimate! But I'm ok with being confused. :)

I'm thankful for my wonderful family. You guys shoot me back down to earth when I'm having issues. You make me laugh. You make me cry because I see how much the Lord has done in your lives, and how much He has used each one of you to teach me something. I'm thankful for your love of God and how that ties us all together so strongly. I'm thankful for all the fun times we've all had, from driving around the country in the bus to trips to Cali, from trips to Pullman when I was little to trips to Pullman now. I'm thankful for all of you, Dad, Mom, Ruth, Kristy, Rob, John, Max and Bella... You guys are all so amazing and I love you very much.

I'm thankful for my friends. The Lord has truly blessed me with amazing friends. People who are real. Sinners like me but also brothers and sisters in the Lord. Every one of you makes me laugh at least twice a week, (usually more) even if I haven't seen or talked to you for a month. I thank you for making me laugh at myself, for reminding me when to quit, for opening up and talking with me. You guys rock.

I'm thankful for the things that were given to me for a little while, but now they are no longer mine. I'm thankful for my Boomer, who was my best friend for most of my life. I'm thankful for my baby cat who was crazy and would attack me at random points of the day. I'm thankful for the trials in life, each one has taught me different things. I'm thankful for the Lord taking away things that I love, to teach me to love Him first. He is a jealous God that isn't satisfied with only getting half my heart, and I am thankful for these reminders. All that really matters in my life is God, I could lose everything at any second of the day. But I know that He would do that to teach me something because He loves me, and He isn't satisfied to leave me sitting in the muck and never getting to know Him more.

He is good and all I have is His. He has blessed me in so many ways, in every way actually.

But I am like an olive tree
flourishing in the house of God;
I trust in God's unfailing love
for ever and ever.

I will praise you forever for what you have done;
in your name I will hope, for your name is good.
I will praise you in the presence of your saints.

Psalm 52:8-9

Wednesday, November 21, 2007


I'm going to see Enchanted tonight, with my 'Melia. It should be fabulous, she can drool over Patrick Dempsey and I can enjoy a princess movie. =P

Aaaaaaand I'm tired. I got to go to Bible study this morning though and that was wonderful.

Monday, November 19, 2007


I'm watching the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe again. I loooooove this movie! It's the best.

And, I think when they kill Aslan it makes me cry just as much as when I watched Passion of the Christ. I'm not exactly sure what that means.. =P

AND HAPPY DAY!!! My research paper is happily in its folder. And tomorrow is the last day of school for the week. That makes me happy.

And this movie makes me happy. I think I'll get some tea while I'm watching this wonderful movie.

You know what else makes me happy? Burt's Bees. I love the lip gloss and I love the shampoo. And lalallala...

Sunday, November 18, 2007

It's official

My pastor is awesome....

In the sermon today he was saying how ridiculous it is that people hang on to life here.. Then he said, "When George and Martha are looking at a sunset in heaven, George is going to say, 'Dadgummit, Martha! If you hadn't been shoving those bran muffins down our throats we could have been here ten years sooner!!!"


So my pastor is awesome because:

1) He looks like James Stewart
2) He says "dadgummit"
3) He says mature as "matour"

Friday, November 16, 2007



Well. For all of those uninformed people in the world, this week is Sans-makeup week. And I must say, it's addictive.

I might go sans-makeup for a while longer.. It's so easy and worry free!

For now, I'm pretty happy not wearing makeup.

Thursday, November 15, 2007


I hung out at Mary and Caroline's house for a while today, they are so funny...

They mentioned some phrase and I was like, "What's that from?"

"Far and Away. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT?!!?!"

At this Mary points at me and says, "WE HAVE TO WATCH IT."

And Caroline says, "It's SUCH an Elyse movie.."

I laughed and was like, "And why is that?"

"Because it's a romantic story.."


Maybe they know me better than I know myself.

And then Mary said Amelia told her that I was taking Spanish next quarter and Mary said she couldn't imagine me speaking any other language than English. So then Caroline said, "Unless it was Norwegian or Swedish."

hahahahha!!!! Discrimination... lol. Personally, I CANNOT see myself in Sweden.. Speaking Swedish... Just because my great grandparents emigrated from there... Goodness! lol.

And then my Mawwwwwy let Hobbes sit on my lap. He was in a snuggly mood, so he just wanders around looking pitiful, hoping that some sap with rub his ears. I'm not sure where Calvin was today, or Miles. Miles is kind of weird about whether he likes me or not though... And Molly was there! She's a nice doggy.

So I got to hold a doggy.. And then I started like, talking to Hobbes... I seriously need an animal, that way I won't look so insane when I talk to other people's animals.. =P

"Hobbesy Wobbsey!!! You are so pitiful!!! You just need to be cuddled and hugged and awwww!!! You're soooo cute!!!!" lol. Mary was laughing at me... But she's seen worse. hahaha..

Wednesday, November 14, 2007


Dennis is telling me that the weather is changing. Possibly a turn for the worse....

*strokes imaginary beard*

Seriously though... I don't know what's wrong with him but he's been aching all day. Maybe I pulled a muscle, but it aches at the top of my plate. Soooo... I have no idea.

For now I'm sticking with the weather changing.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Just won't leave

Be still, my soul, though dearest friends depart
And all is darkened in the vale of tears;
Then shalt thou better know His love, His heart,
Who comes to soothe thy sorrows and thy fears.
Be still, my soul; thy Jesus can repay
From His own fullness all He takes away.
-Be Still my Soul

Celeste posted this hymn on her blog, I hadn't heard it before. But I needed to read that song. I still feel sad about Boomer and Diesel and I've been wondering why God hasn't either taken my hurt away or given me new animals (that sounds REALLY funny AND horrible at the same time.. hahaha). But I needed to be reminded that I'm getting to know His love and His heart better during this time. I love the promise at the end of that verse, "Be still, my soul; thy Jesus can repay from His own fullness all He takes away."

It's hard to understand how this time is good, when both of my pets disappeared or died in a month's time, but I know that this time IS good.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Some things never change....


Here are the rules. (1) Each player starts with eight random facts/habits about themselves. (2) People who are tagged need to write a post on their own blog (about their eight things) and post these rules. (3) At the end of your blog, you need to choose eight people to get tagged and list their names. (4) Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them they’re tagged, and to read your blog.

1.) When I was eight years old Ruth drove me down to Kristy's house for the weekend. We watched Spice Girls and then we dressed up like we were Spice Girls and we took a picture.. I think we still have it around here somewhere...

2.) When I was 6 my best friend was Seamus, who is a blond boy of Irish decent. And I saw him a few years ago and I was shocked, because no longer does he look like Macaulay Culkin. Thank goodness...

3.) All of us kids were born in four different decades.

4.) We own a 1948 Greyhound Bus, which is now broken. It now functions as a bed and breakfast for the occasional visitor.

5.) I was a blond imp as a child and I believed that I was at the same maturity level as everyone else in the family. Thus, I have been 25 since I was 3.

6.) I am a huge Star Trek fan, and I have been since I was born, thanks to Johnny.

7.) I've listened to good music since I was, well, pretty much since I was born, because Kristy has "broadened my musical horizons." So I was listening to things like MxPx, the Smiths, and the Cure since I was like 6.

8.) The general population thinks that I'm really quiet and perfect. Little do they know that I'm actually pretty loud, random and weird. My family and close friends know this and they have accepted this dual nature of mine.

I tag Kristy (hehehhe...), Amelia Badelia, Ashley, and Celeste.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Please pray

Jake Locker was just hit and was taken off the field in an ambulance. It doesn't look good, so please pray for him and his family.

Jake Locker is now back at the game!

Friday, November 09, 2007


Ew. He's eating a lizard.

*grossed out*

Thursday, November 08, 2007


Why can't politicians just answer a simple question!?!? Eh?

My word...

I'm working on my research paper and for the inquiry section I am finding out what Republicans and Democrats think about illegal immigration.

And it's super frustrating! Huckabee has a video on his site about what he feels about illegal immigration, thank you Mr. Huckabee. I turned my attention to the Democratic party and when I couldn't find any research that would give me an actual "this is what the Democratic party feels about.." I decided to look up the presidential candidates, for surely they would address that on their campaign site, right? Nuh uh... I looked up Hillary Clinton and she had an issues page but she didn't actually talk about illegal immigration. After I voiced my frustration to Kristy she told be about Bill Richardson and I got a little bit further with that research avenue than the Clinton one.

Seriously you politicians... NOT HELPING MY RESEARCH.

Politicians should stop being so vague and should start actually being HONEST with the public about what they feel.

There's my rant anyway..

Wednesday, November 07, 2007


Well, now that I've offended all of my sensible readers from my last post, I'll move on to bigger and less scary things!

lol. Seriously guys, how do you put up with so much randomness? One day I make a post about how good the Lord is and the next about a chest rug... (XD XD XD XD XD XD XD)

hahahaha... *ahem* ANYWAY!

Costco recently opened up in my town. Yay! Civilization has come! Also, Borders just opened. AND Old Navy had plans of opening. I mean seriously, we have 6 Starbucks within 20 minutes of my house and yet they expect me to survive without an old navy in my town.

Here is my tribute:

You please us in your effort to make our lives easier, with your super sized packages of dove soap and double jars of peanut butter for less cost. I thank you for your efforts to increase our spending, saving AND enjoyment. You make our lives so easy...

I see your "tangible profit of success" and I feel its benefits every time I use Costco fabric softener.


(They even sell VERY LARGE stuffed puppies.. We went to the new Costco on Sunday and my dad was looking for my mom so he didn't notice me slipping the puppy in our cart... Anyway. yeah.)

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Oh yeah...

I took this picture on our trip to the city. I saw it in one of those "failed attempts of commercialism" as Mary put it. I was laughing SO. HARD. Mary and Amelia just wanted to get to the ferry, but sometimes you need to stop and appreciate random things just like the "Uber Macho CHEST RUG."

Excuse me while I collapse on the floor from laughter.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Pictures from the weekend

hahhaa... After three days of festival this is what I look like... And I call the look, "Meh? I'm tired but I feel AWESOME."

He makes me feel like dancing!

This weekend was AMAZING. None of my girls were broken and eagerly desiring God and that disappointed me, but God certainly had a plan.

I wasn't just ministering to them, He was ministering to me through them.

And now I feel like dancing.

I saw Mrs. Taylor on Friday and she got so happy to see Allie and I that she said, "GIRLS!" and ran over and gave us hugs. I saw her last night and I think what she said sums up my feelings. "This is what we were created to do, so it's no wonder that we feel so full."

I feel full. How do you feel? I said Jesus' name this weekend, I shared my faith with 3 ladies and I prayed with all of them. Today I witnessed to a girl that I've been sitting in the hall with for an hour each day before English.

And now I feel like dancing.

She had come to the festival with her father, and I had also invited her. She came on Friday and she said it was interesting. Her father's life mission is to convert her, she says. She said she has become jaded by his efforts. But in my opinion she wasn't jaded.

Jaded is seeing a person raised in church but still not believing. How can you get through to someone who has already heard EVERYTHING? You can't. You have to trust that God is working on their hearts and you have to be patient. But people raised in the church are the hardest to witness to.

She definitely wasn't jaded. She researched religions this weekend because she was really confused and she said she's starting to favor eastern religions. So I asked her why and she said something about how connected they are to nature. So I told her how God made the world for His glory and when we see nature we go, "Wow God! You made all of this so wonderfully!" So I explained to her what the Christian view of nature was.

She said how her dad made her jaded and that she doesn't think he's a good Christian. But she said she thinks that I'm a more accurate display of a Christian, I've told her that I am not going to hit her with my Bible because I know that won't make her go, "Jesus! yay!" I've told her that before. But it was SO encouraging to have her actually being curious!

How the Lord works! At the beginning of this quarter I was wondering how I could share Jesus with her. I was reading this pamphlet I got at the Christian Life and Witness class about friendship evangelism. It talked about not beating them over the head with a Bible, but showing love to them and getting to know them. Then they get to know your character... And the author said he likes to think of people with the Spirit of the Lord moving over them, meaning that the Lord is working on their hearts... And you never know how YOU are being used for God's will.

So anyway! It was super! And I took pictures from the festival on the last day just by the way.. 0_o

So I have a question for you. How full are you? Are you living quietly? I felt so stifled not being able to talk about my Lord around that girl, but she knew I was a Christian because I had talked to Connor about his testimony and other stuff. But it was nice to finally talk to her about Jesus and to proclaim His name and His power.

His word really is a fire shut up in my bones..

I'm going to take this opportunity right now to say that the Lord is glorious.

In my heart, in my heart, there's a fire burning
A passion deep within my soul
Not slowing down, not growing cold
An unquenchable flame that keeps burning brighter
A love that's blazing like the sun
For who You are and what You've done

And as the fire is raging on
So Your praise becomes my song

The whole earth
Is filled with Your glory, Lord
Angels and men adore
Creation longs for what's in store
(Mountains bow and oceans roar)
May You be
Honored and glorified
Exalted and lifted high
Here at Your feet I lay my life

From the ends of the earth
To the heights of Heaven
Your glory, Lord, is far and wide
Through history You reign on high

From the depths of the sea
To the mountain's summit
Your power, Lord, it knows no bounds
A higher love cannot be found

So let the universe proclaim
Your great power and Your great name
-Filled with Your Glory
by Starfield

Saturday, November 03, 2007


So I saw a guy tonight at the festival and I know him because he was in my last English class. I REALLY didn't like him. I thought he was over-confident and had a huge ego. That's how I perceived him.

I was completely shocked one day to hear him reciting Scripture to another guy in the class.

Still, he was the most over-confident, smug, sure of himself guy that I have ever met.

Why do I loathe him so much? I really wanted to talk to him tonight.. I mean seriously. If he truly is my brother in the Lord I shouldn't be having this problem.

Besides the fact that Amelia and I relentlessly mocked him.... He accused me of wanting to go to Northwest JUST to get my MRS degree. AND he was serious. So sometimes he deserved mocking...

But really? Why do I have such a problem with him? If I see him tomorrow I'm going to talk to him.

I don't have trouble liking people. I usually like everyone... Why is it that he is the only one who has grated my nerves enough to make me dislike him?

I would compare our relationship to that of Lalita and Darcy in Bride and Prejudice. *sigh*

I don't want to be like Lalita. And I certainly don't want to fall in love with the guy... I just want to be able to not dislike him so much... Is that too much to ask?

Friday, November 02, 2007

First night of the festival

Tonight was good. I prayed with a 14 year old girl, it was interesting. I'm not sure how that's all going to turn out, but it's awesome that she prayed!

And Allie and I pretty much went crazy when we weren't supposed to be responsible. Steven Curtis Chapman played and, although I'm not a huge fan (I still have memories of being forced to listen to "SADDLE UP YOUR HORSES... WE'VE GOT A TRAIL TO BLAZE..." Who's with me there, eh?) but he was REALLY good. I love hearing people that sound the same in concert AND on cd. AND he pulled out some metal at the very end, something that my soul very much needed after Group One Crew. =P Allie and I decided that we were going to be Caleb Chapman's fan girls. But I have hence decided against it.

And then Allie was leaving so she gave me a hug in the car and it was weird because she ended up like hugging my stomach. So then she patted my stomach and we both almost died laughing. And I was all curled up in a ball because I was like, "ACK! No one usually pats my stomach!"

It was funny. I love that girl.

Thursday, November 01, 2007


I'm NOT pleased with the general population today.




YOU'RE RUINING MY LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFE..... KICK CAMERON OFF! argggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg!!!!!!!!!!! >.<