7 March 2014 - Friday
Oh, by the way—yesterday was my seventh month Mormonversary. So, yeah. My morning started by discovering that I was given the lead in the play. That’s right—door #3, played by none other that me. I’m basically the lead. Spencer and I made jokes about it all day. That’s the good that came from it. Lol, so it isn’t a major or minor character, hardly a character at all, but it is a step above the chorus, so I’m actually in pretty good standing. i’m excited about it. School was school. I usually skip over that in the blog. Piano lesson. Check. Walk. Check. Dinner. Check. Theeeen, Devin and I played volley ball with the missionaries, Bobby and Tricia Green, and Sister Burch. Fun, similar to usual. I met Elder Bracken. He’s definitely attractive, but he’s not my version of attractive. He’s the typical kind. Tall, dark, handsome, and sort of soft spoken. Totally cutie, but he doesn’t hold a candle to Barker. Who, I have realized, I’m completely and totally infatuated with. And so it goes. Following that, we went to Bishop’s for ices cream and cake in celebration of Sister Green’s birthday. Once again, I state that Elder Barker is a babe and I’ll probably put him on my Christmas list this year. Also, Everett had Anne-Marie ask me if I liked him. Goodness. I wanted to talk to him about it so that he would understand where I was coming from, but if he couldn’t bring it to me I figured he would deb mortified if I approached him with a decline. I basically told Anne-Marie to tell him that he’s simply too young for me. And that’s the exact truth. Plus, I’m betrothed to Barker. So, there’s that. Tomorrow is another Temple trip and pretty much everyone is going. So, I’ll just stare at Barker all day and see where that gets me. By the way, I do talk to him and he talks back and stuff. I’m not like a dreamy stalker or anything. I just don’t mention our conversations out of apathy.