Wednesday, December 29, 2010


I am really good at blog-stalking/facebook-stalking. 
like, really good. 

I went to a Jonas Brothers concert my Freshman year of College. 
And I bought a shirt. 

When I was 16 years old I was banned from ebay. 
I accidentally bid on a fake ipod from England. 
It only cost like 40 pounds... how could I not?
My dad called ebay and told them I was underage and should not have to pay for it. Needless to say, I was banned. 

I watched 5 and a half seasons of the Hills. 
It was on netflix, I lived at home and had no friends, so sue me.

I have been tanning before. Like 4 times. Sarah talked me into it. I would keep doing it, but it's just too darn bad for you. 

One time during Freshman year, I was driving my roommates car (she was also in the car) and I backed into another car. It was terrifying, but there was only a little bit of paint on the other car and we just rubbed it right off. Thank goodness.

I pretend to be on the phone when I see people on campus that I don't really want to talk to. 
I've gotten pretty good at carrying on a one-sided conversation. 

My sophomore year of High School my parents banned me from listening to/singing Phantom of the Opera.
 I was obsessed. 
I may or may not have acted it out in my room. 
Gosh, that's probably the most embarrassing one. 
I would just sing it while they weren't home.
Or go to my friends house.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

Christmas came early this year.
Grades aren't posted until like a week after Christmas, but for some reason the Anatomy grades were posted.
And I got an A.
Merry Christmas to me. 

Monday, December 6, 2010


Dear Netflix,
Please stop putting up TV shows like Futurama, American Dad and Family Guy. Blech. How about some more like Say Yes to the Dress? That was nice.
Looking for a new TV show to get addicted to.
P.S. I know you are probably having a hard time trying to figure out what "Scott" likes since I watch Say Yes to the Dress and Hannah Montana and my Dad watches every war movie known to man.

Dear Billie Holiday,
You are my woman. I love your music. A lot.
Feeling classy.

Dear boy in my Stress Management class,
You've been eying me all semester, you always sit right behind me in this class, in chronic disease prevention and I see you everywhere and you always smile. I was going to tell you to make a move, but today you announced you were getting married in three weeks. This just got awkward.
Love (better yet, don't),
Feeling awkward.

Dear Anatomy,
I do not want to break up with you. This semester has been my favorite semester. You are the best class that has ever happened to me. This isn't goodbye, just a see you later.
Can't wait for functional anatomy.

Dear Chile,
Please take care of my best friend for the next year and a half. I don't know what I'd do with out her.
Gonna miss her.

Dear I-15 construction,
Avada Kedavra
Can't wait to be done with you.

Dear Martha,
Please don't eat food that isn't good for us.
Mr. and Mrs. Large and Small intestines

Dear Long hair,
I don't know why I waited 9 years to get rid of you. I don't even miss you. Sorry.
Looking good with short hair.

Dear Christmas break,
I need to work on ME right now, but soon enough we'll be together
Can't wait to be with you.

Dear Electric Blanket,
You are the best thing that has ever happened to my sleep.
Warm and Toasty

Dear Meditation,
I always kind of thought you were for hippies. But, I actually kind of like you.
A hippy? Or maybe you're just that good.

Dear American Chopper, Pawn Stars and Swamp People,
I never thought we'd find love. Maybe I'm desperate, but thanks.
Unexpected Lover

Dear In Defense of Food,
Thanks for opening my Dad's eyes. It's really nice :)
Excited to have someone else concerned about what "foods" we eat.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


So, this year I am a little bit sad that I don't get to pack up my stuff and move home for the weekend- seeing as I already live at home. It's always such a nice break to get away from roommates/Provo during that time. But, I've had that nice break for the past 6 months, sooo I shouldn't complain. I have a lot to be thankful for, here are just a few things:
I'm grateful...
.for my family
.for my friends
.for the gospel
.that sarah came to visit
.for reuniting with long lost friends through fakesgiving
.i have a car
.i have done really well this semester
.i haven't been to class since last tuesday. whoops! i was sick. but still, a nice break.
.i got a raise at work
.there is a farkle app for my ipod
.i am just about done listening to HP 7
.i have the cutest nieces and nephews
.i didn't have to plan a ward week-night activity for the past two weeks
.that ward council got changed to 12:30 instead of 8:30. hallelujah.
.people 'like' when darrell and i post funny things on each others walls
.people read this blog (even though they don't comment... cough cough)
.i have a great job, and i am getting promoted
.i have 4 wheel drive and seat heaters
.i have a dad who fixes my car
.i am not living paycheck to paycheck
.that putting vitamin e on my face at night is making me not break out so much
.for reuniting with people and picking up right where you left off
. for late night talks with sarah
.the gym i go to has individual tv's so i don't have to worry about being judged for watching jerseylicious and hannah montana
.that people think i am funny
.my mom taught me to sew
.my mom makes me dinner, and doesn't get mad at me when i complain because i have to clean it up
.i can cook. pretty darn well.
.i get to go to the temple
.i can play the piano
.for my body. and learning more about bodies this semester
.for my urethral sphincters-this was joke in my anatomy lab, but i really am, we would pee our pants if they didn't work
.for electric blankets, it's the best thing that has ever happened to my sleep
.for good dreams
.for phone calls with sisters and brothers
.that jared has a girlfriend who makes him super happy
.that tonight is makeover week on biggest loser
.that i am not big enough to be on biggest loser :)
.for comfy grandma socks
.for my hot chocolate thermos that keeps me warm on my way to school
.for hugs
.for christmas music
.for making things
.for blog-stalking
.for good movies on netflix
.for the gift of gratitude

Well, that's my very short and condensed list of some of the things I have to be grateful for. Take a minute this week to stop and think of what you have to be grateful for, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, November 5, 2010

So Ashamed

So, tonight I went to IHOP with Laura and my parents. I know, living the dream. When we got there, we got our table and then I ran to the bathroom. Luckily, I had been to this IHOP before in high school, so I knew where the bathroom was and didn't have to ask the waiter.

I walk into the bathroom and I see that people have carved stuff in the stalls. There was one that said "The South will rise again." Kind of weird. And then another that said "I love Abby." Sick. Some weirdo lesbian girl had to proclaim her love on a bathroom stall. How romantic. As I leave, that's when the shock hits.

There is a young boy at a urinal. WHAT THE? How did I not see the urinal when I came in!? AHHHH! Quickly wash my hands and make sure that boy doesn't see me. Open the door, see the door across the hall with the WOMEN'S sign, and then complete the walk of shame as I leave the Men's restroom. There are tables right outside of the bathroom and so I made sure to not make eye contact with anyone. I tried my hardest not to bust up laughing on my way back to the table. Once I get there, I explode with laughter and tell my family. Immediately after, my Dad pulls out his cell phone and starts telling everyone. So SO SOOO embarrassing.

On a completely unrelated note: Do you see that link up at the top of my blog list? Well, I have another blog. A money blog. And it will only work if people actually look at it. Although, I do understand if you want to pretend that you don't know me for a while, I did go into the Men's room after all.

P.S. I google imaged "ashamed" and I found a picture that I thought portrayed exactly how I felt. It was a guy hiding in a corner, ashamed. But, then it looked way too much like a guy standing at a urinal. And I didn't want that again.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Family Photos

Two weeks ago, Michelle and Casey let me use them as guinea pigs to take family photos. It's something I have been really interested in and I had a blast doing it. For some reason when I posted them here they lost some of the quality, but oh well. Here are a few of my favorite pictures from each family.

Love the picture of these 3.

SOO sweet! I love this.

I could not stop laughing when I was editing this picture. Eve is just so darn cute.

Michelle and Brian's Family

Matthew refused to smile in most of the pictures, but I LOOOVE this picture of him. He has the darkest brown eyes ever and he is just adorable.

Casey and Clint's cute family in my friend Kylar's backyard (Thanks again Ky!!).

The barn.

Again with Matthew's gorgeous eyes.

Landon looks so cute in this picture, I love it.

So much fun. I had a blast taking these and then playing around with them in Photoshop. It's a good thing I have ADORABLE nieces and nephews to take pictures of! Thanks again Michelle and Casey!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

I found this, and love it.

"HARRY: What's wrong, miss?
BELLA: Everything! My life is horrible.
HARRY: Are you crying because your parents were killed trying to save you?
BELLA: No. But my parents got divorced and now my dad can't make dinner for himself. So it's kind of the same thing.
HARRY: Are you upset because every father figure you've had was murdered?
BELLA: No. But this one time I fell down playing volleyball. So I know what that feels like.
HARRY: Did you spend your childhood unloved, living in a closet?
BELLA: No. My parents love me, and everyone I ever met adores me.
HARRY: Are you sad because you have the weight of the world on your shoulders and if you mess up even a little bit, millions of people will die?
BELLA: No. I'm sad because I married the man of my dreams, a modern day Prince Charming who is wealthy, strong, and gorgeous.
BELLA: But wait. It gets worse. I also have strong feelings for this other guy.
HARRY: Relationships are tough. I liked this one girl who already had a boyfriend, and then I witnessed her boyfriend's murder. It made things awkward.
BELLA: You don't understand.
HARRY: Guess not. But here's something I do understand. Stupefy!"

-Dan Bergstein

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


Today I played around on Photoshop for the first time. Mostly it was just clicking on things and once it would do something that I liked, I would keep it. By the end I kind of got the hang of it. Anyway, I'm super excited because I have always wanted to learn and now I'm getting around to it! Also, I am going to be taking family pictures for Michelle and Casey this weekend, and I'm excited to be able to edit the pictures! Anyway, this is just a fun photo of my gorgeous niece Eve.

Get excited to see the family photos from this weekend!

Friday, October 8, 2010


Dear Netflix,

Once you put up Season 4 of Say Yes to the Dress on watch instantly, I was hooked. I finished the season in about two days. Ever since then I had hoped and hoped that you would add the other seasons. They day has finally come. I am very grateful.

Much love,


Monday, September 27, 2010

smart. S-M-R-T. smart.

So remember my previous post? About getting a really good score on my Anatomy test? Yeah, well today I had lab for Anatomy. And let's just say I had a small slice of humble pie.

I love my lab. It's really fun. Yes, I do see cadavers. No, I don't faint. It's actually really cool. Well, at the beginning of every lab we have a quiz on what we learned the week before. 10 questions. The 10th question is always some sort of practice one or bonus. What they do is they have pins that have numbers on them and they stick them in a certain thing, and we have to name what the pin is in. Oh- and they keep said pins on a piece of foam when they are not in use (which, unfortunately, I didn't learn about until after the quiz). Well, today I was taking my quiz and I got to question 10. I see a pin with a 10 on it in a piece of foam. The foam had a bunch of holes all over it. In my head I'm thinking, "OK I know 10 is usually a bonus question, but are they really going to be so ridiculous as to put out a piece of foam?" Then, trying to dig deeper, I thought it semi-resembled the anterior sacral foramina. Then, deciding that they were just giving us a total freebie I put "Old Foam" down for number 10. I turn in my quiz and sit and wait for everyone else to finish.

Then, as I'm waiting, I see a number 10 on one of the cadavers. GREAT. That was the real question #10 which was the Serratus Anterior (I totally knew it, I would have gotten the bonus point). Feeling like an idiot, I tell my TA that I saw the 10 pin in the piece of foam and not the real one, hoping to get my quiz back to change the answer. But, since I already turned it in I couldn't take it back. I told them, and my whole class about the situation and how I seriously just wrote "Old Foam" for my answer. We were all laughing. And as embarrassing as it was, I was laughing too and can't stop laughing about it. Such a proud moment.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


This video here perfectly describes how I felt this morning coming out of the Testing Center:

I left early this morning to go and take my Anatomy test before 10 am (that was the cut-off time, I may or may not have procrastinated a little bit). I got into the Testing Center feeling as nervous as ever, but hoping that all my studying would pay off. I took the test. 25 questions. 9 minutes. I even went back and double checked my answers. I turned it into the lady. Walked down the stairs. Opened the door. Looked up to the TV, and saw "5601 92% Awesome!" There is nothing better. I love it when even the TV tells me I did awesome. Ahhh... So great. Then, as I walked out, I even had this song in my head. I was swinging my bag around and I felt like I should run up and kiss someone or something because I was so dang happy hahaha. Such a great way to start the day. AAAAND Biggest Loser starts tonight. Today could not get any better.

Sunday, September 19, 2010


Today is my friend Kylar's 22nd Birthday! I cannot believe that we are getting so old. It doesn't feel real. Well, I was inspired, by her, to dedicate a post specifically to her for her Birthday. Kylar and I met in 8th grade, so we have a lot of really great memories together. Here are 22 of the reasons and 22 pictures of why I love her to death:

1. In High school we took Interior Design together. It was the biggest joke. We mixed frosting and frosted vanilla wafers for one of our classes. But we had a ton of fun sitting next to each other and talking all class period.

The 3 of us at my 19th Birthday Party

2. If there was ever a chance to sluff in High School, we took it. Spirit Bowls? More like a time in school when they FINALLY don't take roll! We would be out in the parking lot before we knew it, on our way to Gandolfos, or maybe Cafe Rio.

The best night of our lives. The Beach Boys concert. Yes, we made those dresses. PS we didn't even take this picture. The event photographer did and we found it online. We were practically famous. We got asked to get up and dance with the Beach Boys, but their drunk manager took one look at us and said too many polka dots, and that was the end.

3. She always made me watch old movies. I loved it.

I had to show the un-cropped picture. Look how SHORT my dress is! Why on earth did they not tell me?!

4. She would always play with my hair. Whether it was when we were watching a movie and I would lay down next to her, or if she sat behind me in class. It was the best. MAN, I miss that! Haha!

This is the best picture known to man. Erin's face is classic. And that trip to Lake Powell was the best. Our blazing sunburns. Wakey Wakey Eggs and Bakey. Playing Mash the whole way down. Perfect.

5. We would have sewing nights ALL the time. I'd bring my sewing machine over, she'd have hers, and we would sew away the night. Either watching a great old movie, or some old TV show. Like the Mary Tyler Moore show or The Monkees.

80s High School Dance. We've never looked better.

6. We would always go fabric shopping (and still do!). The best was when we found Elvis material at Walmart and made skirts out of them. We both still have those skirts and wear them today! It's the best! Also, we would always drag Dan along. Poor kid.

End of the Year Dance. So cute and So happy to be done with High School! PS. Erin is wearing Kylar's shirt and Kylar is wearing Erin's shirt. They switched in the Gandolfos parking lot before the dance ;)

7. Another sewing night we had, I was trying to help her make this super cute dress, out of really weird tablecloth raincoat fabric haha. Needless to say it didn't work so well. That may have been because I lost some of the pattern. Whoops! P.S. I still have no idea how I lost it or where it could have gone!

The Eclipse midnight release. So pretty. We also made Dan come to this. Why was he friends with us again?!

8. We were in AP Calculus our Senior Year together. She was smart enough to drop out at the Semester. I followed her footsteps just a term later. Hahah. Bad news.

San Francisco Choir Tour. We shared a room. My feet smelled. I got ready in the sink. Her mom and Paula would come in every night dressed up as something else to sing us a song.

9. She started a club at school called SOHI (Signs of Hope International). She was the President and Erin and I did what we could to help out (mostly we just caused trouble at the club meetings). She was amazing, and not afraid to follow her ambition of having this club!

This was after I had my senior pictures taken in her beautiful yard. But how CUTE is this picture. I love it.

10. We would have read-a-thons in her basement all the time. Twilight. Harry Potter. It was amazing.

Breaking Dawn Midnight Release

11. During the winter we would drive around in her Mini Convertible and have "freeze-outs." This pretty much meant we would be in the front with the seat warmers on and heater blowing in our face, and we would freeze someone out who was sitting in the back. Haha. How annoying. But we thought it was hilarious.

Sluffing school to fly kites. The best.

12. I don't know how it started or why, but whenever we would drive in the Mini, we would always try to turn on each others seat warmer without them noticing. Hahah. I love it!

Ah, Sally's birthday celebration at Jamba Juice and then off to see Step Up. This day will forever live in infamy. But, wait Sally isn't there? Yeah... huge mis-communication. But we had a blast and we got to celebrate with Sally that night.

13. When we were looking through the yearbook at the end of our Senior year and we saw that Sally's Senior quote said that we were all "Greek Checks" instead of "Geek Checks." HAHAHAHA!

One of the cutest pictures of the 3 of us. Love.

14. When Facebook still had that weird Graffiti application. Where you could pretty much post graffiti on someone's wall. We would always draw stuff on each others wall. Mostly having to do with High School Musical 2.

We made these awesome T-shirts as if we were hardcore fans.

15. Because she says things like "Oh my laws!" And, "We definitely need to launch an investigation..."

Erin's 18th Birthday. So fun.

16. She is SUPER crafty. She sews, knits, crochets, makes her own rings and headbands. She is legit. She even sells the stuff she makes at boutiques, Alpine Days, and through her website I am amazed at all the hard work she puts into this.

Raising money for SOHI at school.

17. We have taken a lot of classes together at BYU. Music 101 (I slept through most of this, while she took notes. I thought it was a great situation, but apparently she would have preferred me to be awake :)). American Humanities from 1900 or something, Interior Design, and Art History. I love it when we have classes together. Although now that we are both getting more into our majors, I don't know how well that is going to work out. But luckily we still see each other on campus and get to play.

Sally's REAL birthday celebration. We are the cutest.

18. Because we are both at work at the same time, we get to g-chat frequently. We are always just chatting away, sending links of things we want to buy, or even planning our virtual weddings. Hahaha!

At the Strawberry Days Rodeo.

19. If she has eggs for breakfast and she tells you what she had for breakfast, she will say "Egg." Just Egg. Not eggs. Hahah

The 3 of us FINALLY had Twilight and we were ready to get reading.

20. When Erin and I forced her into Victoria's Secret. Hahahah.

Hahaha the strangest Preference group of all time. Yes, that is my sister Laura with her friend Cody. No, they were not in High School. Yes, Cody did pretend that he was from England. Yes, Matt did believe that through all of Senior Year.

21. Eating grilled cheese sandwiches, then having a vat of ice cream topped with Nesquick.

Kylar loves her Dad to death. She wouldn't be the wonderful person she is today without him. And luckily, he semi-tolerated Me and Erin :) I think this photo perfectly captures the relationship we had with him. Hahahah!

22. We have planned a million trips together, but haven't gone on a single one. I know we will someday and I can't wait. What I love about that though, is that sometimes High School friends fade away. But we still spend time together and still tell each other everything...eventually. She is an amazing friend and I hope her 22nd Birthday is the best yet! Happy Birthday Ky Ky

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Carver Cafe

Yeah, this may or may not have happened...

Hahahahah! On our trip to Oregon about 3 weeks ago, we went to the Carver Cafe. It is like 10 minutes away from Sarah's house. The food is actually delicious, and there were a bunch of people there for the very same reason-to see part of where Twilight was filmed. We were probably the least hard-core fans. There was a mom and a daughter that had driven from FLORIDA to Forks and La Push and then all around Oregon where it had been filmed. Then 2 very funny ladies, one from Oregon and the other visiting from Alabama checking out all the sights. They actually took this picture for us and emailed it to me today (we were retarded and forgot our cameras-who does that?!). Anyway, it's pretty funny. I am glad we went. Twice. What?

What the?

Last night I noticed something that I've never noticed before.



Asian?! What?! That could explain my old drivers license picture as well as all those yearbook pictures... hmm...

Monday, September 13, 2010


I am currently in a Chronic Disease Prevention class. We read a lot about how what we eat and how much we exercise now will help prevent chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. Eating right and exercising will help to give us more functional years at the end of our lives, it's called compression morbidity.

Anyway, we have read a LOT of articles about how this is a good idea (to eat right and exercise). In several of the articles they talk about research that has been done on people who live healthy lifestyles. Over half of the articles we have read mention Mormons. They talk about how they don't smoke, they get enough sleep, and they are fairly active and they have more functional years at the end of their lives. I just thought it was really cool that other people outside of the church are recognizing this. It's a pretty cool way to share the gospel. You can live a healthy lifestyle and people will wonder what your 'secret' is, and then you can tell them about the Word of Wisdom and how rather than it being a list of what you can't do, it has given you so much freedom to live your life now. Pretty cool.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Am I the only one who thinks
the word restaurant
should actually be spelled

I mean, it just makes more sense.

Friday, August 13, 2010


This is my nephew Heber. He is 6 years old but acts like he's 17, since he plays with Jared and all of his friends so much. Last night, all of Jared's friends were over and we were playing scum. I am terrible at this game. I cannot find a good strategy to get me to win. However, 6 year old Heber can! Even when I was helping him, he wouldn't do what I would say, he would hold on to his cards that I told him to use and then eventually go out first! It's INSANE! Seriously, this kid is so good at playing scum. He ends up being President most of the time. This isn't the first time this has happened either. When we were down in St. George visiting our grandparents we were playing scum, and the exact same thing happened. He is just too good! It's pretty funny to have a bunch of adults playing and the 6 year old always wins. Ridiculous.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Do you want Hi-C or Hi-C?

Yesterday, I went to Wendy's during my lunch break. I got a happy meal with chicken nuggets and asked for some Hi-C for the drink. The girl taking my order at the drive through asked me if I wanted Hi-C or Hi-C... Umm... Hi-C will be fine. When I get to the pick up window, I see that my drink is brown. Great. Rootbeer. Just what I wanted. Not. Oh well. I went to a nearby park to eat my grub. It was super hot so I grabbed my drink to get a big gulp. I was slightly nervous because what if my drink wasn't rootbeer? It could have been Pepsi or Coke or something like that, and I don't drink caffiene so I wouldn't have a drink if it wasn't rootbeer. As soon as the liquid went up the straw and hit my tongue I was repulsed! This was the sickest thing I had ever tried to drink! It wasn't Pepsi, Coke or even rootbeer. It wasn't sweet. It was super bitter and watered down. I dumped all of it out in the parking lot. I could not figure out what in the heck it was!! I thought maybe the soda machine was broken and the drink wasn't mixed correctly? What other drink even sounded like Hi-C? Why had they asked me twice? I was SO confused. I rummaged through the bag to check for a receipt to see what they put down for my drink. No luck, there was no receipt. I went back to work and thought about it for the next hour and a half and could not wrap my head around it. Then on my drive home, I thought even harder. It was super bitter, not sweet, and watered down. Rhymes with Hi-C....

ICED TEA!!! I started laughing so hard to myself when I realized what it was. So funny. I can't believe people actually drink it. It was DISGUSTING. Maybe it's better if you aren't expecting super sugary rootbeer. Who knows. But my lesson has been learned, I will never drink iced tea again, and I will be a lot clearer when I order at Wendy's.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Record Time

Want to know a random fact about me?

I can take a shower in seven minutes.

That's right. Seven minutes.

Shampoo. Condition. Scrubby-Dub-Dub. Shave. Wash face. Boom. Seven minutes.

I pride myself in this.

P.S. Isn't this shower head awesome? I want one.

Saturday, July 17, 2010


In the past 3 days I have killed over 15 spiders. That is DISGUSTING. Needless to say, I will be taking a trip to Costco today to get some Ortho Home Defense Spray. Woohoo. I have to acknowledge that my fear has died a little bit, after killing so many. At first when I saw one I would scream and get as far away from it as possible. One time I was brushing my teeth and Jared was in my room so I came in and I saw a spider by my bed. So I tried to scream and tell Jared to get it. Which sounded a lot like "MMMMHEHMMMG MMAGMGHME!" With a mouth full of spit and a toothbrush. Jared was laughing pretty hard. Oh- and I still killed that spider. Then I changed to thinking "OK OK OK, I'm OK!" and then I would get some spray to hopefully kill it or at least slow it down. Now when I see one, in my head I say "Oh HECK no!" and then I get the trusty flip flop and smash it. So, I've made some good progress I must say. But I'm sick of having to vacuum them up or clean them up 5 times a day. It's sick. So Ortho Home Defense here I come!

P.S. I was gonna put up a picture of a spider. But then google imaging that was way too sick. It freaked me out.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Traveling the World

I LOVE to travel. Now, if only I actually did it more. Don't get me wrong, I have been to some pretty cool places. Like such as: HAWAII, New York, San Fran. But, as of lately I've been dying to travel more. There is so much in this world to experience and here are a few of the places that I hope to someday visit.

In no particular order:

Paris, France. Walking around. Eating pastries. Visiting the Louvre.

The Vatican, Rome, Italy. ART ART ART! I would love to walk around all the cathedrals and see the sculptures, the paintings and the architecture.

Let's be honest. Anywhere in Europe. But mostly Paris and Rome.

Moving to another continent...

New Zealand. I don't want to be in a modern part of the country. I want to go somewhere that still has villages and tribes and awesome culture. And the haka. What?
The New Zealand village at the Polynesian Cultural Center spoke to me haha. The music, the dances, the culture. I loved it.

And now for America...

North Carolina. Great beaches. Green green green trees surrounding the roads.

Washington D.C. The Smithsonian. The Capital. Everything American History. So interesting.

Maine. East Coast. Beach house. Lighthouses. Trying to like seafood because it's fresh. Shopping in little towns. Relaxing.

Seattle, Washington. Pike Place Market. Walking around all the shops.

Harry Potter Land. Universal Studios, Florida. My dream come true. Need I say more?

Disneyland. Anaheim, California. I know that everyone says it's not all it's cracked up to be. But I'm 21 years old, and I just want to experience it one day. Being surrounded by everything Disney. Ah.

And last, but not least...

The Bahamas. Clear, blue waters. White sand beaches. Swimming with dolphins. Laying out. Gorgeous.

Well, that's all I can think of for right now. Who knows if I'll ever go to any of these places, but hey, a girl can dream.