Sunday, June 29, 2008
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Sometimes you just keep on truckin' and do all you can do, and just wait for the things you can't change.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
"Oh." He's dealing with someone who is obsessed with language.
A view of our family farm in Joseph City
The John Bushman home on main street
This one is my favorite. I give credit to my aunt Cat for the idea of taking this picture.
All these shots from just a usual weekend in Joseph City. It really is an amazing place. This concludes my post for now. I think I can sleep easier at night now, knowing that my pictures have finally been posted.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Monday, June 2, 2008
I thought I would be saving money in the new place, but as it turns out, I'm paying exactly the same rate.
It was a pretty unpleasant surprise, what I encountered in the situation I had moved into: the walls in the room were covered in crayon grafitti (apparently, the former tenants were the victims of a prank they chose not to clean up), one of the roommates left half of his junk behind for when he returns in the fall, everything was covered in dust and grime, and the bathroom was unspeakable.
Maybe it was just my upbringing, but I cannot live in filth. I've encountered several people that can, but I just can't. I spent three hours after work one evening deep-cleaning and sanitizing. After that, things became a lot more comfortable. The walls were clean and white, the bathtub actually turned white with a bit of scrubbing, and the whole place became a whole lot less ghetto. After going through all that, I felt like going for a jog to unwind. I went for a jog, rented a movie, and relaxed the rest of the night.
Now I feel alright about living here for the next two months, until I pack up and move again -this time, to Joseph City for a month, and then up to Rexburg. Change, change, change. After a year of life in Flagstaff, I'm so ready for it.