Sunday, January 31, 2010


It's the last week of Moliere's comedy, Tartuffe at BYU.
If you are in the area, heck if you're in Utah at all, COME AND SEE THIS PLAY.
It is hilarious, gorgeous to look at, and generally just a really really fun experience.
If you can tell from the poster, the theme and look of the play is "Tim Burton." The costumes, make-up and set all mesh beautifully with this theme.
The music, which is all original, is gorgeous and fun.
Seriously. Go see it.'ll get to this handsome gentleman playing Damis...

Who I just happen to like. Alot.

Also I cut all my hair off.
The end.

P.S. Go see Tartuffe. You won't be sorry.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Meet Edarem.

Really though. Meet him.
This was my first introduction to this man, sent to me by my pretend sister Libby.

that's him. Has there ever been anything scarier in this world?
Just today, I wanted to show my friend this video and found a myriad of other "edarem" videos.
and found this little gem
Make sure you watch the whole thing.

With a little further investigation I found about 100 more videos of him doing things like grinding axes, dancing with his dogs, demonstrating funny walks and singing along to everything from "You'll Never Walk Alone" to "Pretty Woman" to Marilyn Manson.
The hilarity of this strange man now has turned to pathos.
A little more investigation led me to a series of videos that had just text on them.
These videos were pleading for help for Ed, and asking his viewers to send him money to hire a good lawyer to overturn his 5 year prison sentence.
It turns out that his youtube videos were a parole violation from a previous conviction of sexual crime.
Crazy. and sad.
This wasn't intended to be such of a downer. I just wanted to share this delightful oddity of a man and the tiny portion of his interesting story that I've discovered.
Here's one last Ed video. Seriously check him out. You can't believe he's real.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


In the words of the Weepies:
"I don't know why it takes so long. I cut my hair, then grow it back. First the thought, and then the act."

I'm applying this quote very literally.
My hair is taking FOR. EVER. to grow out, and I am cutting it all off, the way it was at the beginning of the school year.

I really want this:
But as my hair is lovely and mullet-y, and always in a tiny ponytail, affectionately referred to as "Lil' Nubbins" with my long grown out greasy bangs pinned across my greasy forehead, every single day, and this is a run-on sentence, but my hair is gross right now, and I want to feel pretty again. And it's boring to have ponytail every day, am I right? Even if it's one as tiny as Lil' Nubbins
(Also, in a slightly ashamed undertone, I will state that this short hair makes me stand out and be unique from the crowd of long haired girls at BYU. And being in a program like the Theater one, this can only help me.)
So hopefully sometime this week it will look something like this again:

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

ok, seriously.

Check this out:

My sisters are seriously talented.
These are some presents I got for christmas.

From my sister Gloriana:
The middle one. So me. So cute. She knows me well.

And these two from my sister-in-law Jylare. Love these so so much.

I miss my family. Especially this little face. Oh man.