so this is a blog..

So this is what all the fuss is about.
I feel like I'm writing to no one, like speaking into air (Which I basically am since no one will be reading this).
This is for you Sisa, and for any other family members who are curious, but mostly it's for Bri. You talked me into this.

I am officially a grown woman, moved out and in college. Technically mom and dad pay for everything I do, but that minor detail doesn't fit into my definition of independence and womanhood. Although, I'm pretty sure it fits in theirs.

I am a freshman at Utah State University. Go Aggies?

My sister informed me before I moved out that this experience would be a rough and lonely one for at least a week, but I will have been here for a week tomorrow, and it's been a breeze! Sorry for those of you who suffer or suffered the first week freshman blues, but I am so much happier than you!
Classes are great,  the roomies are sweethearts (that is my stance for now, and I reserve the right to go back on this statement at anytime), and the new friends are so much fun!

I am pretty sure I don't have what it takes to write a blog, at least not one worth reading, but I'm doing it anyway; for Bri, my lovely sister who I love 98% of the time. I'm a grown up now, I don't miss you.


Read my stupid blog or no one else will.

My roommate (Alysha) will be home soon, and I have to be done with this before then.
I am pretty sure I'm ashamed? Is that normal for a beginning blogger?


  1. Oh I hope that I am the first one to comment on your secret blog. I think it is great. Life's updates are more than just a bunch of one line status updates. I look forward to your next entry. Love you.

  2. This is good. you've got potential 'tis. Do it

  3. Apparently you can do it. :) So good to see you last Friday. Love you!

  4. Brian! I wanted to tell you about this little blog at dinner, and I was about to, but then I chickened out. I knew you would appreciate something like this.

    Im still getting through the nervous stage of my blogging experience. so Im glad my dad told you