Wednesday, March 18, 2009

TV & Boise

DVR/TiVo has changed my life. You can fairly accurately gauge how my life is going based on the amount of TV shows I have stored in the DVR. There are two ends of the spectrum. If I am all caught up on my TV shows, if I know how Jack can save America and I know that Lil Rounds is the only hope for America... then life is good. Also, when I am behind on my TV shows it is an indicator that my life has gotten so busy that I can't bother with it all. However, if you know me, you know this is also a good thing. If there are many or no TV shows ready for the watching, then life is good. The middle ground is the rocky area. 
Last week a bunch of us Kappa Deltas met in Boise for one hell of a weekend:

Clearly, I had the time of my life. 

And to prove we did other stuff besides just party... 

See, here we are in front of some liberty-bell-esq thing. I am sure it is significant and has something to do with Boise history. But we were on our way to brunch after staying out all night long, so I really don't know :P


Before Boise (a week ago) I was all caught up with my TV shows. I returned and before I knew it, I had 6 hours to waste. And I did. Life is good. 

Sunday, March 8, 2009

I went to Hawaii and I even took pictures.


There, I gave you all what you wanted. 

When I began this web log, I didn't want to be the annoying blogger that simply posted pictures of all the cool things they did. I mean, that is what facebook is for. The goal was to shy away from the "hey look at how fun and bad ass my life is". This blog was to be a vehicle to enlighten my dear friends and fans to think the same as I do; to convince you that my opinions are clearly superior. People really do need to know about things like baby seal beatings, pie charts and stride right shoes, and my opinion on social progression

Turns out, I am a lazy blogger. I blog mostly when I am bored, and inevitably The People want The Pictures. I stalk blogs and I want the same thing: the juicy details. We take pictures of noteworthy things. Trips, life moments, etc. and those are the things we care about. 

I do have important things to blog about; like the slow decline of the use of the wink as a social tool and the slow rise of socialism in America (although, mutually exclusive).  But it is daylight savings and now I am tired, so you get that lazy entry.