Since it has been so long since I've tried wearing glasses, I decided to venture out and try to find some that didn't make me look crazy, drunk, etc. What I did was go to a bunch of expensive stores and try on their fancy designer glasses, and then wrote down the product codes so that I could find them online and see if I could get them cheaper. The ones I liked were still WAY expensive online, but some glasses-connoisseurs I know recommended Zenni Optical. Jackpot! Pretty much I just found the frames most like the ones I had tried on and liked, and then order them for $10-20 instead of $$$$$. Out of the three I bought, I actually love two of them, which I was quite amazed by.
Anyway, here is my favourite pair. I took these pictures in my bathroom (FOR SHAME!).
I don't wear bright red lipstick on a regular basis (hence I made a dumb face in the picture since I felt silly), but tonight was Young Women in Excellence so I figured I'd try to be fancy even though my hair was up in a nanny-bun. I wish that I had better/more pictures of the room, because the ladies who decorated it did SO WELL. Never has a Primary room looked so good. I hope somebody else got some good shots of it! I missed the lanterns, chandeliers, fancy banquet table, and all the neatest stuff! Here's the only picture I got:
Look at all those girls! And that's not even all of them! I'm still not even close to keeping all of them straight D: I need to creep around and get picture of all of them so that I can study or something.
On to the MOST EXCITING NEWS OF ALL!!! I guess that only those who stuck through bathroom shots and random girls they don't know get to find out ;D
Sam is heading to grad school! Law school, to be precise. But wait! There's more! He has been studying his butt off for the LSAT, which is the test you have to take to get into law school. This whole time he has been hoping and trying for a 165, but wasn't super confident that he would be able to get it. Well, thanks to hard work and some prayers, and after a stupid month of just waiting around to get the results, he got a 167, which is the 94th percentile. All was happy around our house when we got those results.
Right now he's working on applying to schools. We want to end up in either Seattle or Spokane. Neither of us have even been to Washington, but it's where we feel we need to go. From what I can tell, anyway, it seems like the ideal state. The climate is just how we like it. There are endless running and hiking trails in gorgeous Waterton-esque mountains. There is fresh local food and art aplenty in the many farmers' markets. They aren't dog-haters like Utah is and there are a TON of apartments that allow dogs (FIRST THING I'm doing when we move is going to a shelter and getting a big four-legged friend). They also just legalized marijuana, apparently, so that's cool I guess.
We're planning on staying in Utah for several more months just trying to pay off all of our undergraduate student debt. Then we're selling most of our furniture, packing up, and heading north! Unfortunately, instead of being 12 hours from Alberta, we're going to be 12 hours from Alberta and Utah.
It's exciting to be moving on to a new stage of life-- or rather, the repeated stage of going to school... But at least it's in a new place!