The Library of Liz

A spot for Liz's daily occurences and random thoughts.

Location: Salt Lake City &/or Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States

I'm a young student at the University of Utah who can't wait for good weather and at least one stress-free week (is there such a thing?).

Thursday, April 06, 2006

A White Easter
Ok, I woke up this morning to find that a huge winter storm had hit during the night . . . and it was still snowing. Now, just a few days ago I was walking around in sandals and a t-shirt. Anyone else see something wrong with this picture? In a couple of days it will be Easter, and it looks like we'll be having a white one. Is this some sort of cosmic joke? An attempt to make up for our green Christmas? We have so much snow here at the University they actually cancelled evening classes. Walking outside is like walking through a war zone--dangerous terrain and the possibility of having something fall on your head at any time (especially around buildings like the HC and when walking beneath the trees that are so plentiful in the Fort Douglas area). What ever happened to Spring?

Monday, April 03, 2006

Guess Who's Blogging Now?

So, I finally decided I should start a blog. This way, I'll feel less guilty about my correspondence habits (or lack thereof).

In a little over a month I will be able to say I made it through one full year of college. I have met some interesting people, learned some things, read until my eyes were sore, written until my wrists ached, and done all sorts of "firsts". Strange as it may seem (even to me), I will actually miss the people I've met here. Sure, lots of them get drunk occasionally (is every weekend occasional?), most of them don't share my values, only a few are more than acquaintances . . . Still, I've gotten used to them and they certainly made life interesting these past few months. Anywho, I've got to head out to the HC for dinner, then off to the Honors Center for an art show. By-the-way, HC is Secret On-Campus Student Code for the Petersen Heritage Center, where all students who live on-campus eat, buy ridiculously-priced necessities and check their mail.