Currently

Watching

I finally finished season 2 of Supernatural and started watching season 3. Only 10+ more seasons to go until I’m caught up. 😳

Corey and I also saw Solo. It was a lot better than I imagined it would be. It was still hard to see someone else play Han and Lando, but I was pleasantly surprised.

Reading

I finished By Your Side by Kasie West. I really liked it. I started reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. It’s very eye opening.

Listening

I’ve been listening to Corey make a lot of business calls. I know that’s a little outside of the box, but when he’s on the phone, I can’t really listen to music unless I put in my headphones and I’m too lazy for that.

Blogging

I’m getting in the swing of things again. For now, I’ve decided to blog on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays if I can think of something to blog about. I won’t force it, though, because I don’t want it to turn into a chore.

Feeling

The boredom is slowly going away. I’m starting to feel okay in what I’m doing with my time.

Loving

When I was first readmitted to BYU, I was only readmitted to for Fall Semester. I reached out to them the other day and asked if there was any way I could go to school for Summer Term. They changed my admitted date, so I’m taking two classes in the summer. Woot woot!

Wanting

I still want to take a photography class. Unfortunately, BYU doesn’t offer any for non-majors. 😢

Needing

I need to figure out my FAFSA and start looking at getting ready for Summer Term. I have less than a month before it starts. I’m so excited!

8 replies
  1. Jenny
    Jenny says:

    I thought you were caught up with Supernatural. That’s a long road. A fun with with lots of eye candy though. 😉 I’m glad you’re getting into the swing of things and yay for taking some summer classes.

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  2. Angela
    Angela says:

    I think it’s so fun to be at the beginning of a series and still have so many seasons to look forward to – just so long as no one gives away any spoilers. A few years ago, I decided to watch some shows from the 80’s. I started with Dallas and within five minutes of telling my Dad about it he accidentally told me three major plots.

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