I totally forgot to post about graduation. It is so weird that it has been a year since I graduated from high school. As for this year's seniors, the people pictured below are the ones I really like (plus a few others), but for the most part all I have to say is
Congratulations Class of 2008
Breaking Traditions Since the Day You Walked into Dixie High School
PS This is my good buddy Joe Pikula. I am so proud that he charmed his way into graduating haha! Love ya Jojo.
America, how could you? I still don't believe it was by 12 million votes. I hate American Idol. I love David Archuleta. I think Utah should secede from the United States of America. Seriously, I have never been this upset about an American Idol finale. Ever.
Last week, my dear friend Chelsea Wilson had her graduation concert! The entire concert is now on YouTube, just search her name. It's incredible. For one of the songs, she asked The 6 if we would sing with her. Here's the link! Enjoy!
So...I realized I haven't posted anything in a long little while. And there's a reason. It's because I have nothing to write about, really. Oh yeah, I'm 19 now. But I didn't take pictures. So yeah. And I'm working. That's pretty much all I do. Sorry my dear devoted readers. My life is boring. And I now live in the same house as half of the people who regularly read my blog. This might be the end of my blog. Ha.
The latest in our little band of brothers to get his mission call is Elder Abraham Stone McKay. Abe will be serving in PARIS, FRANCE! How cool is that? I actually have a funny story about this one...Abe went to Europe the summer after our junior year and loved it. But he would tell me all the time how the one thing he didn't get to do in Paris that he wanted to (other than kiss a girl on top of the Eiffel Tower, (that's a different story), was to buy a loaf of French bread on the streets of Paris. Well, now he can buy a baguette every day for two years ha! He reports to the MTC on September 24.