Method to the madness

Its been ages, but I feel like I have a legitimate list of excuses as to why I've waited so long to post. To put it simply: I've been swamped. With lots of trial and error I've fallen into a groove that I can roll with. School. Church. Gym. Family. Social. Me time. (Unfortunately I cannot say- 'not in this particular order'... because I think this is pretty close to the truth) A little anecdote to prove my point? Okay.
So my father loves my mother VERY much. As they came closer and closer to becoming empty-nesters, Bob made sure each child understood that flying the coop was a permanent maneuver.
  • No more than one phone call to mommy a week.
  • Think independently.
  • Solve your own problems.
I followed this outline the best I could. However, with recent demands on my time the phone calls to my mother have been increasingly difficult to make. I got out of a fireside last night and saw a voice mail from my mom. My only thoughts- "busted." I listen to the voice mail and it is none other than Robert Merrill Worsley. He was exasperated that I hadn't been keeping them updated over the past several months.
I'm still recovering from the shock.

Just a couple things I thought I'd update the blog with:


The quilt. Its massive, guys, seriously 90" x 90". Its going to be the best picnic blanket of all time.


New specs. Between sitting on the bench looking through a microscope for several hours a day, staring at a computer screen for the remaining hours of the day, weekly exams, stress, and sleep deprivation- my eyes have been wigging out. Literally twitching. A lot.


Graduation. Purchasing the cap and gown proved to be a surreal experience; they are hanging in my room as a temporary medley to stave off my severe case of super-senioritis.
Thats all for now. THANKS FOR FOLLOWING!

Comments

  1. You are graduating?!!! When did that happen?!
    Katy you rock, plain and simple. And I am not in the least surprised that our future President is swamped. (Remember the past my dear an you will remember what I am referring to, if not I am a dork and just ask me).

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  2. an outline of my thoughts:
    -exasperated is one of our vocab words this week. thanks for using.
    -LOVED the quilt. can we be sewing buddies soon? my machine feels highly neglected and i need to make some pillows.
    -your specs are fabulous and i meant to tell you the other night.

    keep up the blogging girl

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  3. you are graduating!! YAY! You are amazing and I love you and I simply wish we lived closer. Good luck with the final stretch!

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  4. Ha! Your dad is so awesome. I can't believe you are graduating. Wait, I totally can believe that. I am way excited for you!

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  5. Love the quilt, you are amazing! and I can't believe you are graduating, so exciting! Maybe I should stop the weekly ( or more) phone calls to my mother. . . but it's probably not going to happen.

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  6. Dad sounds like a monster. His intentions are good but it sure does sound bad. I literally could not be more proud of you Katy lady. I love you my little "Molly Mormon" smarty pants sister. Now go in the kitchen and make me a pie!! (have you ever heard Kristen say this to her Mom? She adds a few explicatives, which make it much funnier.)

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  7. Katy, I hate to break it to you but you are the only child that keeps the phone calls to once a week! And I am so excited for you to graduate too!!!! Because you can call me more! That's the only reason...OK..bye bye now.

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  8. LOVE LOVE LOVE THE BLANKET! We should sew together sometime...yes? PS congrats on the up coming graduation!

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