Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Korean dramas.

Lately, I've been moving away from Bollywood and onto Korean drama. I love to see the way a country creates movies. It reflects so much on the culture. Here is the movie that kicked it off:


And here and here are a few hilarious web pages.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Yahmah (Llama) fest.

Yesterday Rebecca, Sarah and I went to the Llama fest at the Krishna temple in Spanish Fork.

{Me and a cool looking Krishna altar}

{Me and the Krishna temple and a woman carrying a dead baby}

{She doesn't look it, but Rebecca is deathly afraid of llamas}

{Sarah and a llama}

{We really liked this one}

{The feeling wasn't mutual}

{Regular-type llama food}

{Rebecca and Sarah with the first prize llama}

{How we all felt in the end}

Saturday, July 17, 2010

soccer game.

This weekend my good friend Rebecca and I went to the last BYU men's soccer game of the season. We end up by the stadium every Friday somehow and always promise ourselves to go, but realized last night was our last chance this year. I'm not a big sports fan (and I can't say I really watched much of the game except a five second glance which happened to be when BYU made it's only goal in the whole game), but I had fun.

{cute lil' boys playing a fighting game}

{It's Becca!}

{My favorite face}

{We got a little bored at the end}


{One of the few shots where the players were still long enough to get a shot}

{I don't know}

{A little alien that we found}

{Becca brought cherries}

{So cute}

{UFO honing device}

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Happy 3rd, 4th, and 5th!

Independence Day is the most widely celebrated holiday in Provo. All the main streets are congested, stores close down, and this year, since the 4th is on Sunday, we get a three-day weekend. We had a barbeque and then, my roommate, See, and I went down to Center St. in the evening to check out the carnival-type events, before heading over to the fireworks. Here are some photos from the night's excursions.

{You can't beat a vege burger on a summer day}


{The fair downtown}

{Free balloons from the Constitution Party--don't worry, I think they are nuts, too}

{Chelsea made some very festive cupcakes}

{Mmm...cotton candy}

{And of course, fireworks}

Happy Independence Day!

Bountiful Baskets

My sister, Susan, introduced me to this fabulous food co-op, Bountiful Baskets. This morning, we went at 7:00 am to get our laundry baskets full of produce. It's pretty cheap for everything since it is all bought in bulk and you can even order organic, if you are interested. I highly recommend it.