Saturday, March 7, 2009

There's no place like home.....

So i woke up this morning to: no f-word being shouted, no odd odor, no tiny matchbook mattress, no roommate 6 feet from me.....i had NO IDEA where i was. But of course the answer is....

EAGAR!


Yes i am home. And because of that some things are happening:

  • I got to sleep in and catch up on the (mostly) midterm caused sleep deprivation.

  • Was almost instantly insulted by grandpa. good to be home.

  • Was put back to back to Chantz for a height contest by dad after about 10 minutes after walking in the door.

  • Get to upload some pictures!

This first one is a picture with the girls at the Dwelling of Splendor (thats what we call their apartment) one night when they had an extra facial mask. Normally their are 4 of them but Caitlyn was gone and so i took her mask and we watched a hugh grant movie and i listened to their boy problems. these girls are great i fell like i'm with my sisters when i'm with them. Hence the masks and chick flicks.

From left to right: Julie, Race (in a poorly applied mask and i'm proud of that) Katie and Sharla.

These are sign they had to hang up because of all the idiot baseball players. Good times.

Here's another.


This one is my favorite. They have to use threats with them about fines for everything. Those pictures i put up of the nasty hair on the ground was followed up with a fine for haircutting. This came after, well i'm sure you can gather what they did. I walked into the 2nd floor hall (my hall) and it was completely dark. Ridiculous. Coach Schuler called them cave dwellers! Ha!

7 comments:

Rylee said...

I didn't know you were going to be home! Now I'm even more disappointed we couldn't make it down. There's no place like home huh?!

Kates said...

Gotta love the grandpa insults...

Jayderaid said...

I think the lightbulb thing is funny. haha i'm sorry it seems you live in a cave.

The Tanner and Bryan Experience said...

Nothing like fresh mountain air.

reece said...

Hey I just learned that EAC used to be the LDS academy. You can thank Spencer W. Kimball, his dad and many other fine mormons who settled Thatcher AZ for the institution you now attend. Just thought I'd throw that out there with the smoking signs seems ironic.

Chelsee said...

It feels good to be home! I love the facial mask picture!

Lora said...

You have got to love clean air and clean language. To bad we had to come back :0