don't worry, no need to be afraid for alex...i don't sleep naked. i just figure that if i'm going to wash my clothes anyway, why not sleep in them? i'm not lazy--really (no, wait. that's a lie, but laziness is only part of my reasoning). i am sleeping in my bed lately, so that should give me a few points, i suppose.
yesterday was snowy and rainy, which is generally an invitation to gallivant around in my rainboots. i walked to the library, then up to campus, then i wanted some asparagus, so i decided to walk to my favorite little store (the ghetto reams) to get some. walking is one of my favorite things, so walking 3 miles to get asparagus is no big deal. pathetically exciting, really. by the time i got there my feet hurt vair vair badly--imagine silver dollar hot spots on both heels. i was pleased to discover that reams sells socks...mickey, dora, neon argyle...you name it. i went with neon, diagonal stripes. my boots would not slide on with the socks, so i walked the 1.5 miles home down center then university wearing striped leggings, neon socks, and carrying my boots (and asparagus). it was an adventure, though looking back it was a surprisingly ordinary thing for me and didn't strike me at all odd at the time. then again, don't forget that i love to vacuum. hehe.
a few things i learned:
-never walk more than five miles in rubber shoes.
-don't ignore blisters. they'll only get worse.
(this can be deeply applied to many facets of life)
-if mama didn't give you no ankles, wear boots.
(perhaps only elise can appreciate that one)
-asparagus is the very best vegetable.
(not even i can argue with that. and i love beets.)
i have a million other things to say. but i don't want to. bye bye.
this is a quote from a poster stuck on an electric box on 7th north.
provo graffiti is the best in the world.