Sunday, July 12, 2009

Sappy and nostaligic ramblings

Hello all! Once again I apologize for my long absence. I am back at BYU! Woo hoo! I am living in my old apartment, and it is very nice to be back. My computer is dying, and I only have time for a short update. I am taking classes this term, and things in general are going well. Naturally there have been some bumps, but that is to be expected. I have been thinking a lot lately about change. I was thinking about how my life has developed over the last two years. Two years ago I never could have imagined that I would be where I am right now. If you had told me that I would get into the school of music, I would have hoped you were right, but at the same time I would have been afraid that it was all just a sick joke. Then if you had told me that not only would I get into my major, but I would have the chance to learn German, live in Vienna, and sing there for three months with some of the most talented people on the planet, I would have absolutely never have believed you. I have had so many beautiful experiences, but more importantly, I have been fortunate enough to make friends with the most wonderful people imaginable. I am grateful for all the people in my life, and for the growth and support that I feel. My path has taken many unexpectedly fantastic turns, and I know that there are many more on the horizon!


  1. Haha, I'd you were visited by yourself from the future would you believe yourself?

    Would you tell yourself two years ago all of these things, or would you be less specific?

    That just came to mind. I love you!

  2. I don't think I would tell myself anything! Lol. It would probably ruin the adventure. I love you too!

  3. Don't let your German go away!! I am more than happy to ramble to you in this lovely language :o) If you ever come to St. Louis - or I ever come to Utah ... (or even better, if we both just drop that and meet again in Europe) - I will be SOO EXCITED and would force you to give a concert right there!! Ahh how far I'd go to have such fantastic vocal cords...