Sometimes I look at my outfits and I think, “This is a rainbow-flower-child outfit if I ever did see one. But the top is in style… And so are the bottoms… maybe not together… This will probably only be in for a few more years. Good thing I jumped on the bandwagon now… Definitely going to be one of those WTF outfits my kids or nieces and nephews see someday.”
This morning was the first day of school. Once again, public transportation. I had spent a lot of time writing down my entire TRAX and Front Runner schedule the week before. So confidently I got on the Front Runner as usual.
I never get tired of going to the Pet Store to look at the animals. It’s like the zoo, but on a lesser and more close-up scale. Although I do love the zoo (my family got a season pass this year and I’ve been like five times already). This time they had lots of baby animals. They were so cute!
I soon got distracted by two people sitting behind me.
From what I gathered, it was two homeless people who knew each other and hadn’t seen each other for a long time. The lady was asking where the man had been. “Oh, I’ve been in (some place I can’t remember). But it’s too hard to get work there. It’s much easier to get disability benefits and live in Salt Lake. I have everything I need here.”
Many of you know that Philo T. Farnsworth is known for inventing the television. Yes, he did, not other companies who tried to steal it. As a little child, I was often proud of that fact, announcing it when we were to share facts about ourselves. “I’m related to the person who invented TV!” It always came with the expected awed mutterings of my fellow peers.
This is what I see from the right side of the Front Runner.
This is what I see from the left side of the Front Runner.
For President’s Day my family is planning on going snowshoeing. Well, since I am a student, I can rent them from the school for a much cheaper price than most other places. After class on Friday, my dad met me at school and we Shuttled up to the recreational building on the very eastern side of campus. We left carrying five pairs of shoes and polls.
So, I’m nineteen. And I still LOVE Disney Princesses. It’s odd, because I always liked them as a little girl, but not as much as I do now. The last time we went to Disneyland (3 years ago), my mom and I were both more excited to get pictures of the Disney Princesses than my younger sister (who was the ideal age to be in love with the Princesses.)
This post won’t be anything exciting, but I just wanted to comment on the beautiful skies that the Salt Lake Valley has gotten the last few days. I always take time to notice the scenery around me. Too often we get caught up in our own selfish lives that make us sad and depressed.