Monday was a normal busy day, Casey and I have been taking a dreamweaver class(a website design program) together, and Monday we learned how to put in flash graphics and rollover menus.
Tuesday I attended an excellent devotional by Elder Costa of the presidency of the seventy about Ships being safe in the harbor but that not being what ships are made for. After a week of not having New Testament Bro. Wayment was back and we began the gospel of John. *warning: in the next sentence I will pat myself on the back, if you don't want to read this skip to the next paragraph* Before class started Bro. Wayment says how he likes to curve his exams by making the highest score in the section the total points possible, so he rights the new points possible up on the board and low and behold it was my score! So that bumped my 96% to 100%.
Tuesday night I watched a movie for extra credit in biology called Expelled, No intelligence allowed. About the debate between evolution and intelligent design. After I finished that I spent the rest of the night watching coverage of the election results.
Wednesday the sad news was that I completely forgot about dreamweaver class so I missed learning how to create hyperlinks.
Thursday Cody attempted to help me and Hilary figure out the practice assignment for Pl Sc 200 since it involved math which we are pretty poor at, thank goodness for friends. That night I attended a lecture by a BYU alum from Noter Dame on religion and politics. It was quite good.
Friday was a very busy day starting out at 6:20 in the morning when I went to the ward temple trip, a very pleasant way to start the day. Then it was off for the usual marathon of classes until work. Somewhere in between I visited Prof. Cooper to talk about the next large assignment due next week for Pl Sc 200.
Then it was off for a busy night of work. There were about 500 events going on on campus that night, not the least of which was divine comedy nest door in the varsity theater. We ended up getting cross rushed by those coming out of the first show and those going into the second right before close. We had one large angry man who did not appreciate his smoothie, but if he wanted something sugary then ordering off the Jamba light menu was probably not the best idea. Fortunately I still caught the bus. Elizabeth and Becca came over after I got home to watch a movie, and when Elizabeth said something about us going to the temple earlier I just looked at he and was like "was that today?"
Saturday was an excellent day. One of the great parts was the football game where we stomped UNLV(elder Bowman's school) 55-7, the team was looking great. Cody and I stayed through the whole thing even though a lot of people left in the third quarter. We had great seats in the south end zone(right where the new student section has been proposed for next year), where a lot of touch downs took place. I spent the afternoon looking through FBI crime reports. @ 7 Jenn and roommates, Melissa and Allie, came and picked us up and took us out bowling, which Casey dominated, he and I were the only ones to go over a hundred. It was cosmic bowling so were going to blame it on the lighting. Then we came back and watched August Rush, a fun night all things told.
Well its Sunday again and looks like a busy week a head of me. Hope you all have a great and wonderful week.