I got a job I got a job I got a job!! I'm so excited. Come April, I will be a secretary for the BYU Neuroscience Office. I love being a secretary! What do you know... prayer works. :)
Tonight we had a Women's Chorus concert at Maple Mountain. I really miss seeing my great friends and teachers! Going back there is always a little bit bittersweet, because I absolutely loved my senior year and almost wish I could've spent more time there. HOWEVER, at the same time, it's fun to revisit those memories and know that I've moved on to bigger and better things.
I've decided that I really want to get into a leadership position at BYU. Mom says that I need to make a huge poster titled "I've decided..." and add to it every day because I say those words so often! I just have so many things I want to do, and sometimes I get frustrated that I can't do it all! I want to learn piano and guitar, be on student council, improve my dance skills, go to London for Study Abroad, be in another musical, do so much more with my voice than I'm doing... the list goes on and on and on. One thing at a time, right? Ah, sometimes I hate time.
Last night I went to the BYU game with two of my future roommates. Well, we attempted, but apparently paying $200+ for an all-sports pass does nothing, because we didn't get in. No, I'm not bitter. But we ended up getting frozen yogurt and hanging out with Jake and Joe, a couple of their UVU friends. We made it a fun night. :) Kristalyn and Korinne (the future roomies) are the greatest. I really am so excited to live in the Elms with them! They're the sweetest girls, and they love to party. Hooray!
Everything really is falling into place right now, and I couldn't be happier. I'm still taking dance, but I've decided that Young Ambassadors probably isn't for me. Yes, it would be an amazing experience, no doubt. However, I don't think I fit the persona that is required; they all seem to be very dramatic and very loud, and I don't really want to surround myself with that nor be like that. Not to mention that I'd live with the girls and I'd have practice 20+ hours per week. Don't get me wrong, I think they are amazing people! It's me, not them. :) But I really want to keep trekking down this singing route I'm on. I think that if I do more with singing alone, rather than dance and acting, I could really improve to where I want to be. Sorry, I'm thinking out loud again.
Oh boy, I'm exhausted and have yet to start my homework. I gotta get on that. Have a great one!