Sunday, December 12, 2010

Lights, camera, action.

Dear Reader,

Going to Temple Square at Christmastime is one of my favorite traditions. And, much like the bridge at Stourhead,

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Big Ben,

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or the Eiffel Tower,

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I seem to be under the delusion that the next picture I take will be much different and far more amazing than the last 239 that I already have on my camera.

Yup. And guess what THAT means??

Yes, you are smart. It means you are about to embark on a journey of pictures. Have fun!




























My faithful adventure buddy.











This is Joseph Smith…in case you couldn’t tell…






This is by far my favorite nativity. It’s Asian style. Respect.











Also, as a side note…this is my last week of my internship. I haven’t been this sad to go home for Christmas since London. Well, I should rephrase. I’m excited to go home for Christmas—I’m just not excited about coming BACK from Christmas. I was walking on campus on Friday and I got a terrible feeling in the pit of my stomach. I felt like I was walking to my funeral.

Oh well. Only 4 more months. It’ll go by super fast, right?

Right?….

7 comments:

  1. Hahahaha I love this so much. Because it is just way too true. And was to draw out the suspense!

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  2. Hey! You'll get to see me on campus so it won't be THAT bad. At least, I won't mind passing you in the halls :)

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  3. I like pictures. Please share early & often! (Just like those voters in Chicago...)

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  4. Howdy! Nice to see your kind words about your internship. You would have been totally off my Christmas card list if you had said anything different. :)

    Hey, I have a blog too. If you're ever bored (and I mean really bored), come visit: jrmaddy.blogspot.com.

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  5. Hey, it is nice to see that Jenny and I both found your blog considering that the blog address you included in your farewell email was wrong (annie.beer.blogspot.com).

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  6. Oh, haha my bad. That's why you guys are the editors, and I was just the intern. :)

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