Saturday, April 24, 2010

Happy? Ecstatic? Thrilled? Perfect? Overjoyed?

Alexithymia (ah-lek-sah-THI-mee-ah) —
inability to describe emotions in a verbal manner

from the Ancient Greek words λέξις and θύμος —literally "without words for emotions"

So this is actually a psychological condition, but I feel that it definitely applies to my life right now. I'm home! Back from college! I love BYU, but I have missed home so much!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Work it, girls. Get fierce.

Utah's obnxiously beautiful weather demanded that we go outside in cute outfits and take pictures. Here is a sampling, a smattering, if you will, of our excessive attractiveness.

Honestly? Yes, I think we're model quality. Vogue? Probably. Runway? I just need to tailor my walk a bit. Catalog? I would never stoop to such a level. So why don't I go for it? Well, I don't think modelling is right for me. I don't really like the superficiality of the model industry anyways.

Hollywood is a different story.

Saturday, April 17, 2010


Lethologica (lee-tho-LO-gi-ca) —

the inability to remember the right word; a psychological disorder that inhibits an individual's ability to articulate thoughts by temporarily forgetting key words, phrases, or names in conversation

Letho- from the Ancient Greek, Lethes, a river of Hades that effaced memories, and logica from the Greek word for word, logikos.

In daily conversation, I often suffer from Lethologica. I think this is why, for the most part, I prefer to write.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

I do.