Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Where did all the fun go?

You may be thinking to yourself.... LeNell is really fun, what is Bethany talking about?
well mom you are fun. Compared to college though... you are probably a 3 out of ten.

Pro's of being home:
-I don't have to buy food anymore.
-my mom makes dinner for me.
-we have a dishwasher and a disposal.
-I have a whole basement and bathroom to myself.
-shopping with my mom.

cons of being home:
- I have a total of one friend in Heber.
- I miss my roommates!
- not as much freedom (whenever I go somewhere I am asked about 20 questions; they are probably worried that I will never come back.)
- I have no one to talk to at night.
- I liked sharing a room (sometimes you could blame the messiness on the other roommate)
- I don't have a job here. (I did in Logan)

well I could go on for another three pages of con's. Bottom line is that I miss college and I miss having friends, and I miss having something to do ALL the time.

well thats that. I guess I can hold out for 4 more months.


Famous Amos said...

hey i am thinking of coming up next weekend, we can party it up homegirl!!!!

Joey said...

hahaha, Bethany you crack me up. I'm bored too can I go to college with you?

Lauren said...

call the waaaaaaaaaaambulance!

i had a fun summer with you!!!! :) :)

Anonymous said...

I found that Portugal is in fact the most racist place on earth; especially toward African blacks! It's as if they have never seen a black person before and the Portugee culture is not only backwards (as if you steped in a time machine and went to the year 1899) but the citizens where exceptionally ignorant. It was as if you were talking to a wall rather than a human being. The Portugee also seemed to be trapped in another dimension of space and time because they kept on talking and mumbling about the past rather than the was pretty funny actually. I found this website that offers a Dr.'s opinion about the racism in Portugal and why the xenophobic culture is not just promoted within but exported as well to everywhere else they may be living. Strange since i've never heard of racism being described that way before?? Portugal seem to be experts in racism, especially in Canada and the U.S.