Monday, November 22, 2010

Far far New York

New York City came and went just like that. I got so much out of the trip and loved every minute of it...except for the flight home (the lack of sleep finally caught up to me).

I loved Time Square, there was so much to look at.

I had an awesome roommate, her name is Mandy and she was an art major from Canada. We spent every night staying up late talking and exchanging stories from our days adventures.

The New York Times was right outside our hotel. The poor guys, they were there all day and night.

At ground zero, it's the new Freedom Tower.

Can I get a ride? Please?

Empire State Building

ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut
Donald's got nothing on me!

The Girls!

The Business Majors! All seven of us got along so well and made lots of great memories together.

I had such a wonderful time, it was a dream come true. I am so grateful for a wonderful school that gave me this opportunity. I have gained a lot from this trip and although my life may never lead back to NYC I will forever remember this adventure and the insights I have gained from this trip. I love NYC!!!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Rexburg Weekend

We got up before the sun to drive down to Rexburg. It really was a great weekend. Gary, Sarah, and Landon were there. My Aunt came up to visit my cousin Carly and Brian. It was a little family reunion, and a fun one at that.

Don't ask why it's just what we do.

Since Halloween ended up being on a Sunday (which should never happen) we got a little creative on our church outfits.

Emily sure missed my mom, don't worry it's all with love.

They sure are pretty..that is my mom and her sister.

The Rexburg crew

Little Landon was so cute and smiled lots for us.


We finished off the weekend at Twizl Berry, which happened to be a Friday night treat for Emily and I during spring semester so we had to share the goodness secret with the family.