winter waitingland

i used my hot glue gun today. oh boy was it fun.
today regan and i had plans to go swimming, but his friend, brian, called and told us he has reservations at a very expensive restaurant in the foothills for tonight and couldn't make them. he said that he wanted to treat us to dinner. we excepted, regan more forwardly than i, and had a wonderful dinner from a wonderful friend at a restaurant we would have never been able to afford. so nice. i hope everyone has friends like brian.
today i feel in a state of waiting. yesterday too. i am not sure if it's bad, but i think that if one is to ever be in a state of waiting this is the best time.
i am also really cold. burr.
i miss my east coast life.
i don't like denver anymore. sometimes.


merry christmas new jersey

this is crazy:
Lawmakers in the US state of New Jersey have approved a bill abolishing the death penalty.
The move would make New Jersey the first US state to abolish capital punishment since the US Supreme Court reinstated executions in 1976.
i feel like this is a huge step in the right direction. this makes me unbelievably happy. good for you peeps.

in other news:
it's supposed to get to 5 below tonight. burr. and we were going to zoo lights. maybe not anymore.

regan and i had our 1 year anniversary on tuesday. regan surprised me with tickets to disney on ice, princess wishes. it was hilarious and really fun. he didn't realize it was princess wishes until after the tickets were bought. needless to say, we both felt like princesses that night.



it is now the weekend before finals week. it is very interesting to me that i never really cared about school and now...let's just say i care. i really don't have anything to worry about as far as passing my classes. my worry is in my gpa. in order to go out of state for internship we must have a certain gpa. now, i am well above it, but in 3 quarters? we'll see. oh, i am thinking about an internship at a teaching university in oregon.
i guess i should go study.