#byugrad

I graduated in December, a commencement ceremony wasteland at BYU. Do you walk in August, before you technically graduate? Or do you wait until April, a semester after you finished? Because of a string of uninteresting circumstances, I did not walk at BYU Commencement in August or this past week. I figure that the purpose … More #byugrad

For the Nephews and Nieces: Pictures from the Imperial War Musem

This post is for the nephews and nieces. Although, my guess would be that David and Caleb find these pictures most interesting (but I’m not about to just assume that my nieces won’t be interested just because they’re girls #gender). I wish I had descriptions to go with these pictures, but the IVM is also … More For the Nephews and Nieces: Pictures from the Imperial War Musem

Portobello Market and How To See Westminster Abbey for Free

Last week we went to Kensington to explore Portobello Road and its famous market. Our first mistake: We didn’t think about it how it was a Saturday. This may sound entirely hypocritical, but my least favorite place to be is anywhere with herds of tourists. Which is basically what Portobello Market is. We’ve learned that … More Portobello Market and How To See Westminster Abbey for Free

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of the Selfie Stick

WARNING: This post is written by an *EIM major who went through elementary, middle, and high school reading Harry Potter late into the night. #pottergeneration *EIM= Experience Industry Management On July 31st Syd and I did the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour. If you’re not sure as to why July 31st matters in this … More Harry Potter and the Prisoner of the Selfie Stick

A Weekend in Prague

When we decided for sure that we were going to London, we knew that we would definitely spend a weekend in Prague, since it’s where I served my mission. And then, a month or two before we were leaving for London there was a web conference from the Czech/Slovak mission president. In this web conference, … More A Weekend in Prague