Where were we? Oh yes, if you recall, at the end of Part II, our heroes were finishing up from a long day of hurricane cleanup in the small town of Ingleside Texas. The work had gone well besides a close encounter with a crowbar and getting dumped on by hurricane water and cockroaches. Crazy, … Continue reading Part III – There and Back Again: The Desolation of Bobcat
2016 was a big year full of changes: new school, new state, and new socks. In a year full of ups and downs, heartbreak and breakfast tacos, I always look forward to writing this year-end review, written in first and third person. If you were hoping for a physical Christmas card to decorate your fridge … Continue reading 2016 Year-End Review
I have made up SO many stories since being in Thailand. I have had to get out of situations more difficult than getting out of a relationship with an obsessive girlfriend (not something I know about firsthand, just making an assumption). Many of these situations would have left me in circumstances such as (but not … Continue reading Thailand – Amazing, Yet Problematic for the Alone, Weak-Willed, and Trusting (Part 2)
It wasn’t until I started writing this entry that I realized how massive it is. And no one wants to spend their day reading a novel with limited pictures (unless it’s Harry Potter for the umpteenth time). So I gone the way of Hollywood and turned this into a two-part event. Except you’ll only have … Continue reading Thailand – Amazing, Yet Problematic for the Alone, Weak-Willed, and Trusting (Part 1)
Upon graduation from college, people take different paths in their lives. Some jump right into a career and become "grown-ups." Others decide to further their education and go to graduate school. Those who gradated with a degree in History or Humanities spend the next year trying to find a job. And then there are those … Continue reading Going Lone Wolf Through Asia
Disclaimer: This post somewhat contradicts my earlier post about how much I love food. But people flip-flop. Just go read about politicians in the news if you don't believe me. I'm not a big person. Although I currently stand at 6'3" and 205 lbs., I have always seen myself as skinny. This self-perception has most … Continue reading But Exercise and Diets are for Bros and Cheaters!
A few days ago, I put out a quick survey for one of my classes. The purpose of the assignment was to collect information that we could use to prepare a persuasive speech. The topic I chose concerned the LDS culture and how we talk about missions and unintentionally (hopefully … Continue reading Talking About Your Mission After Your Mission