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Don’t Cry Over Spilt Tiramisu.

12 Nov

“Don’t cry over spilt milk” doesn’t make sense to me because I don’t drink milk, but “don’t cry over spilt tiramisu” does because I have cried over spilt tiramisu. I’m not necessarily proud of it, but I’m definitely not ashamed. I spent 3 hours beautifully crafty this tiramisu, I even made the pound cake form scratch, and when I was dusting the top with cocoa powder I spilt almost all of it in the sink. So yes I cried, but I think the real moral of this story is that its ok to cry over something that you spent a lot of time on/tried really hard on/cared a great deal about that didn’t go your way, however the key is to not keep on crying. So I guess what I’m really trying to say is don’t cry more than once over spilt tiramisu. I just think this is a good analogy for life.

I would like it to be known that this is the third week in a row I have blogged. SHOCKING, I KNOW.

This weekend we went up to the farm to visit my Grandma and Uncle. We got there Friday evening and had dinner. While eating I dropped food on myself (surprise surprise) and was subsequently asked if I was dating anyone… Clearly No. Lol.

Saturday I woke up pretty early (for a Saturday at least) and went outside and walked around. My mom was putting some rocks in a flowerbed so I helped a little with that, road the four-wheeler, harassed the cows, played with the BB kitties, and took some pictures. After lunch I took a substantial nap during the Mizzou game, which they won! When I woke up I went outside and did some more of the previous stated activities and after dinner we drove back home.

Sunday I slept in (hooray!) and went with Gentry to run a few errands. We ended up going to Target twice, the mall, and Taco Bell. I mainly got mini-shampoos and things for LONDON 2013 (#10days). We then went to my Grandma’s house for Sunday night dinner.

10 Library shifts, 5 tests, 5 quizzes, 2 Lab reports, and 1 paper until the end of the semester!

Keep it Classy.

-Kendyl

P.S. This post is extremely random… just like my thought process.

P.P.S. Here’s a thing I found on Buzzfeed that I liked… I’m getting good at the whole angst-y 20 year old thing.

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Hot Commodities.

5 Nov

I signed up for my classes yesterday and my schedule doesn’t seem too bad. I won’t have classes on Friday and very minimal classes Monday-Thursday because I’m taking all of my health science classes (7 credits) online.

Friday I drove home with Tristan so I could play in my last two indoor soccer games and Tristan even played (lol). Then after the games Megan and Derek came over and we ate pizza and Megan finished learning how to ride her bike! It was pretty cold so we got blankets and watched Megan conquer the art of bike riding under the stars (which might I add were really bright that evening).

Saturday I slept in because it was the first Saturday in forever that I wasn’t working! Then my mom took me to the post office to get international stamps because like I said in an earlier post stamps are a hot commodity. After that we picked up Tristan from home and took him to get a shot at CVS so he doesn’t get dirty dorm room diseases. After that we went to visit my Grandma since I wasn’t going to be able to go to her house for Sunday dinner. At about 3 we headed back to Columbia so we could go to the Mizzou Football game because Tristan had gotten me a ticket from his friend Jordan. We sat on a blacket in the grassy section behind the endzone and they won 31-3 Yiphee!

Sunday was relaxation/cleaning/homework/Chiefs are 9-0 day!!!

This weekend we are planning on going up to the farm because I won’t be able to over Thanksgiving break. I’ll be sure to take some photos of some quality Laughlin Angus cows for you guys.

P.S. I graduate in a little over a year and a month… SCARY.

P.P.S. I’m not even old enough to drink a fucking beer (lol Tristan #wombies)

P.P.P.S. Three hour saga 🙂

J-Law.

26 Feb

 

Well the last week has been filled with many snow-ventures, but I won’t blog about those because Meiguan already has!

This weekend my family came up because my grandma was getting an award from the National Angus Association and it was held at a hotel here in Columbia. We had to dress up for that, but I wasn’t complaining because I always like an excuse to wear a dress. We were joking before hand about what they were going to serve to eat because obviously they were going to serve Angus beef. The meal consisted of rolls, salad, green beans, potatoes, and beef tenderloin (oh boy do I love beef). During one part of the thing they were auctioning off something (it’s still a mystery to me) and the guy doing it was a totally legit auctioneer and then there were other guys around making cattle herding noises. You really had to be there to have a full understanding of how confusing and funny this was. After a lot of other (boring) stuff my grandma got her award and all of us had to go up on stage with her so that was awkward, but all in all it was pretty nice.

Sunday night I watched the entire Oscars even the red carpet stuff beforehand for two main reasons: 1. I love looking at all the dresses and 2. Jennifer Lawerence (do I need to say anymore!?) I have a really bad lady crush on J-Law like almost everyone else; Monday I spent the day watching videos of her at the awards. If you haven’t seen them already you have to watch these videos:

 

Last night was the Passion Pit, Matt and Kim, and Icona Pop concert and it was really good! Icona Pop wasn’t very good live, but that’s not who we really bought the tickets to see, so that was fine! Matt and Kim were very entertaining and I lost count on how many times they dropped the F bomb. Passion Pit was also amazing and actually better live than I was expecting!

Thats all for now.

Keep it Classy.

-Kendyl

P.S. Shout out to Tristan for deciding to go to Mizzou next year!!

P.P.S. Miss you guys!

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