Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
I hiked Table Rock.
I stalked Guy Fieri.
I graduated college.
I met Kyle Wilson.
I went to Salt Lake.
I saw my family multiple times.
I went to the Fiesta Bowl.
I watched Boise WIN the Fiesta Bowl.
I went ice skating.
I watched TV.
I realized that the job I thought I had, didn't exist.
We have the the Missionaries over a few times a week to teach our friend.
I currently am spending all of my time looking for work.
I watched the State of the Union Address, and I read news articles. Apparently the unemployment rate is decreasing? I don't know if I believe that. Doesn't that just mean people aren't receiving unemployment? What about all people who aren't getting it or haven't gotten it?
I'm definitely not speaking for myself, but I've had time to think, and I'm pretty sure I don't buy into anything anyone says.
Things these days things are good. I'm trying to stay busy around the apartment but find most of my time is spent behind my computer looking for permanent work. I know how blessed I am, and I definitely have faith that sooner or later, things will turn around. It's hard to think that I'll probably end up moving away from here, but I know that it will be for the best. And I guess the best thing about my current situation is that I am ready and willing to move anywhere. So if you know of anyone in the radio/tv/production industry who is looking for someone, let me know.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
I don't really ever tell people I'm in band and the other day, I got caught: A member of my ward is on the cheer team and the marching band shares a (seemingly) brand new facility with the cheerleaders and dance team. I was using the bathroom the other day and ran into this girl from my ward. She said, "Hey Erin!..What are you doing here..?" Needless to say I said, "The band hall has really nice bathrooms...?" And as it was coming out of my mouth she said, "Are you in the band?!" I laughed, said yes and went along my way.
I am graduating from BSU in less than 6 weeks (this also makes me want to throw up), and after watching this video, I can honestly say that now I am satisfied with my marching band career. This was probably one of the most fun performances I have ever been a part of, and I loved every second of it. Maybe from now on I won't be as embarrassed to say I'm in marching band? We'll see.
Enjoy Michael Jackson's Thriller and Bach's Toccata and Fugue.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Mark your calendars. December 18th is the BIG day! Currently my parents and my best friend Kaitlin have their tickets to fly to Boise. It will be a party, so I suggest you come too! :)
An email I received today:
The graduation evaluators have reviewed your undergraduate Degree Progress Report (DPR) for Fall 2009 graduation. It has been determined that you are a valid candidate for graduation. This means you are enrolled in all outstanding requirements during your last semester.
Please refer to the following checklist items in order to ensure your candidacy for Fall 2009 graduation.
· Review your DPR on BroncoWeb.
· Review the University Catalog and Schedule of Classes for important dates and deadlines.
· Check your Primary name on BroncoWeb.
This is the name that will be used on your diploma.
· Verify your mailing address on BroncoWeb.
· Check your BroncoMail account regularly. Information regarding graduation and commencement will be sent to this account.
If you have questions regarding your candidacy, please contact a graduation evaluator.