Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Thus Far.

I have learned several, very important, valuable things this year at school.

1. Don't talk about advertising to a public relations professor.

2. If I don't put my hair up in my Comms class, I end up playing with my split ends instead of taking notes.

3. Cheerios never fail as a meal option.

4. Apparently, Lithuanians don't like Russians. I may have naturally, but subconsciously, inherited this.

5. Boys who have lived with a 3 year old for 3 months end up acting like a 3 year old.

6. Sneaky no-gooders, as unknowledgeable as they may be, will try to force you to eat something you're allergic to. Dagnabbit.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Elizabeth Deborah Suzanne Paulukaitis

a looong name, but.......

I HAVE A NIECE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Bull Crap.

I'm sick and tired of people who claim to be my friends ignoring me.

When I was graduating High School, I had all these friends who were like, "Ohh, Erin, we'll miss you soooo much!! Don't go away to Utah!! We'll keep in touch, and hang out when you come home!"

Thats a big fat load of crap.

It just goes to show you who your real friends are.

MEANING, your real friends aren't people who attempt contact for about a month or two, then drop you out of their lives altogether. Real friends acknowledge when you're making an effort and actually RESPOND when you try to get back in contact with them, no matter how long its been. Real friends don't ignore your existence.

Thank you, Real Friends. You know who you are.

As for those of you who aren't:

May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits. You are a skidmark on the Underpants of Society.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Fun Friday Nights

Tonight I went with three of the other girls from the Spanish house to volunteer as an "investigator" at the MTC. I was sort of freaked out to go at first, because I'd never gone before, but Missy convinced me to go anyways.

So we get there, and Missy ( my roommate and I) are paired together to go and chat with a companionship that is going to go to Chile in 5 weeks. It was their first time teaching in Spanish. They did pretty well, but lets just say that it was a confidence booster for me, because they made me feel really smart for knowing lots more than them. Hahaha... yes.

When we got there, we were given a 'situation' in which we were a methodist family and we had a brother who was a member and had gone to church once before. Since it was Missy and me and we were supposed to be a family, she was like, "You can be the Mom," right before the Elders walked in. I was just like, "Uhhhh... Kay!" When they came in, I was all in character, and was like, "This is my daughter! I have two more kids, They're ten and sixteen, my husband isn't in right now," making up a bunch of stuff on the spot just for fun. Hahaha... It was great. Good fun. Definitely plan on going again.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

I'm kind of dying to own one of these. :)

Grosgrain: Lisa Leonard Designs GUEST GIVEAWAY!!!!

This jewelry is amazing... Ack I want to win one of these giveaways so badly! :(

Fingers crossed, once more.