You Tell That Zoo Keeper!

One of my favorite things about being a #truemillennial is living with my family. I look forward to coming home from work and being hugged by my little guy (my 1 year old nephew), and then hearing about my older niece and nephew's day at school. Yesterday, I came home and my sister showed me... Continue Reading →

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Who Done It?

I enjoy the month of October because it is a month that allows you to pretend. It allows us to mask our faces behind those Duck Dynasty Beards, the now infamous skanky ghost costume, or the classic "witch" costume. Scott and I (#clott) attended our first MURDER MYSTERY DINNER. It was a night to remember. We... Continue Reading →

High Maintenance Mac Snob

I will come out and say it...I am somewhat high maintenance, and I am okay with it. Post LDS mission I decided it was time to doll my face up to bring the boys out. I couldn't stay single forever. What I realized was, make up was so much fun. My Christmas present that year... Continue Reading →

The Garden

Me- Chloe-Summer As a college student I try to stay as cultured as one can, without smelling like rotten milk... (that was a joke) I went to the play "The Garden"  staring one of my good friends Chloe Hanson. We tend to support ex-roommates, and that is exactly what she is. She has been doing... Continue Reading →

My Life On an E-Card

This E-CARD describes my every day life. I have been told multiple times that I am a blunt person, my question is, why does everyone think it is such a bad thing!? I try VERY hard not to be offensive, but why lie to someone just to make yourself look better, or them feel better?... Continue Reading →

Blowing The Yoke

I know this is a little late...However it is still a great activity to do on a date, with kids, or if you are a trumpet player... An Easter tradition that my family participates is commonly refereed to as "blowing eggs." I know it sounds absolutely disgusting, because honestly it kind of is... I realize... Continue Reading →

Newspaper Famous…

Here at Utah State I have had multiple opportunities to get involved. This was one of my favorites. I was invited to speak on a Panel of Women in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math). I don't have a direct degree in any of these, but I do focus on Technology, in the Social... Continue Reading →

Gendered From Birth

I am coming to the end of my final semester... Only 43 days until I get to put on the classic black robes and receive my degree. I am currently taking my last Women's and Gender class so I can obtain a Certificate in the subject. Our assignment was to go find pictures and a... Continue Reading →

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