Sunday, August 28, 2005

Here we have an example of Cheryl's pet peeve: clever product names that aren't really clever AT ALL!

Monday, August 22, 2005

This one's for Belizabeth, my favorite roommate with an irrational fear of sharks, who will be here in TWO DAYS!!! Mr. Sharky's excited, are you?

Sunday, August 21, 2005

Things you see when you know where to look on campus.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

I got a haircut! Jealous?

Okay, maybe its just because I came across these at 5 in the morning but, they are scary. Not scary "Ah!" but scary "Uhhh...hmm...I...uhh...huh...gee....why?" Creeeee-py.

Friday, August 12, 2005

Speaking of standards, here's a guy who has none. Ponytail, wife-beater, his face. I wasn't even on a quest or anything. He just hit me like a water balloon to the windshield at 3:30 in the morning as you're driving your friend to her on-campus janitorial job...but thats another story.

So, Shlee! sent me on a quest to find the ugliest shoes at Shopko, a title that has already been given to those Airwalk garden clogs that are all the rage with nurses and people who like wearing styrofoam, so I found the second ugliest shoes. "But Cheryl," you say, "whats wrong with golden flowery things?" Nothing, unless you're freaking talking about shoes! Please! I have standards, people!

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

The cell Posted by Picasa

Another shot of the jail Posted by Picasa

The door and the bullet holes Posted by Picasa

Statue with Carthage jail in the background Posted by Picasa

Joseph and Hyrum statue in Carthage, Illinois. Sharon and I stopped by there on our way back, and by "stopped by" I mean "drove twenty miles in the opposite direction before turning around and backtracking." It was worth it, though. Posted by Picasa

The carriage tour of Nauvoo Posted by Picasa

Can't get enough o' that temple Posted by Picasa

My mom is cooler than your mom Posted by Picasa

Mom, I wouldn't take so many pictures of you if you didn't give me such a satisfying annoyed face every time. Posted by Picasa

Amazing set-- they actually "built" the temple right onstage Posted by Picasa

I want me a pioneer outfit real bad Posted by Picasa

King Follett and guy Posted by Picasa

Singing, dancing, and flag waving Posted by Picasa

The Irish family Posted by Picasa

Eric! Posted by Picasa

Pageant! Posted by Picasa

The Theurers were awesome enough to save us FRONT ROW SEATS for the pageant. They had to run off the stage and claim them right after the previous night's performance. Posted by Picasa

Another gorgeous midwestern sunset Posted by Picasa

View of the temple from the pageant grounds Posted by Picasa

The Theurers Posted by Picasa

Well if it isn't George Albert Smith, or at least my cousin dressed up as him! Posted by Picasa

Uncle Jeff looking spiffy in his pageant wear. Posted by Picasa