October 5, 2005

D A Y

All of conference was awesome. Sadly, as always, my mind cannot hold so much information right after hearing it. I’ll just have to wait for the Ensign to come out.

Everything seems to be going a lot better now. All of it seems so connected compared to a few weeks ago. This is very strange since I just yesterday got word of a new problem. I knew it would happen eventually, but it couldn’t be stopped. It’s nothing terrible, at least I don’t think so. However, the sooner it is solved the better.

Today was a weird day. It was a good weird, but still weird. Nobody in my family has fought or quarreled (knock on wood), Chelsea has first lunch, and girls were taking pictures of themselves in the mirror in the girls’ bathroom.
Lunch was really boring. We sat in the library for a little while, and then walked around. Kelsey didn’t really get the whole “walking aimlessly” thing. She kept asking where we were going. What ever happened to just plain wandering?

Everybody is talking about homecoming. My friends are, of course trying to think of something else to do instead of go to the dance. I don’t know, bowling in nice dresses doesn’t sound like too much fun to me.
Maybe all of my buddies that aren’t doing anything on homecoming weekend can get together. We can do…stuff.

It’s also rotten that Halloween is on a Monday. No overnighters, or ever late nighters this year. Humph. It also doesn’t help that most of my friends are too obsessed with homecoming to care about anything other than that.

I have youth group tonight. It is a young men and young woman combined activity. I am so glad Mutual is on Wednesday nights, now.

Well, that’s the end of it,

Paige

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