Sunday, October 5, 2008

Saturday of Studying and Sisters

Well this has been quite the weekend. Since Kearns played on Thursday this week, my Friday night was free to spend some time with Ash and Nic at the Bountiful game. Go Braves? Weird. But they did do a good job, even if their cheerleaders have stupid cheers. :)

Yesterday morning was the dreaded LSAT. Yes, I know some people take like a year off school just to study for the test, but that's not how I roll. Lol I figured I'd give it a few weeks and then see how it went. To be honest, I don't know how it went. I felt like the time for the individual tests sped by, but the test itself took an eternity. I probably did really poorly, but who really cares? At least I took it, and if my score is good enough to get me into law school somewhere, that's great. If it doesn't, I'll go a different path with my life.

The sad thing about taking the LSAT yesterday is that I missed the first session of General Conference. Hopefully I'll catch it on On Demand. Anyway, I listened to the session on the radio during my drive home (I took the test down at UVSC). Did anyone not LOVE Elder Holland's talk? He was speaking as I pulled up to the house, so I just stayed in my car until his talk was over. I was just so touched by his admonition to be other people's angels. I think I'll try and take that advice to heart.

One of the best parts of General Conference weekends is our family Girls' Night. We went out to dinner and then did some shopping. This year we let my niece come with us, figuring that 3 is old enough to be a part of the fun. Well she was more than just a part. She was the main attraction! Lol Spending the night with her was a hoot. She was just so energetic and funny, and I love watching her turn into a real person. After shopping some of us went to the store for some grocery shopping and my niece was stuck on this rhyming game. I guess she's just started rhyming words, and sometimes she can't think of a rhyme and so she'll just ask. One of the best was, "What rhymes with cereal?" My solution to such words is just to change the first letter. I mean, do you think the 3 year old cares if bereal isn't a word? :) Anyway, fun night!

1 comment:

Pj.steph said...

Oh, way to go Wendy! Confuse the 3 year old by making up fake word! haha.