19 January 2010
11 January 2010
For Charles’ Christmas present he got a bike for a really great deal. Right as we were leaving, Charles decided to ride his new bike down the stairs, unfortunately he hadn’t adjusted the seat to the correct hight and as he went to sit back, he couldn’t because it was too high. Charles fell flat on his face. I was so embarrassed. Charles thought it was hilarious. We don’t have much room in our little apartment (more to come on that), so we decided to hang it from the ceiling above our lengthwise dresser.
We spent Christmas in Utah with Charles family, but right afterwards we went down to Orange County to be with my family. My brother, David, just got home from his mission and it was great to see him again after two years. We had lots of fun in CA which all revolved around all of my extended family. It is always fun to see everyone again. We were able to do a session in the Newport Temple. I haven’t been inside since the Open House and it was absolutely beautiful.
We haven’t known how large our apartment is, but have kept wondering. One evening we decided that we would finally bust out the measuring tape. It was a really rough measuring job, but we believe that our little basement apartment is about 612 square feet and that’s a GENEROUS estimation.
Charles’ job hunt is coming along, he recently had a phone interview with a company in the medical field. We are thinking of expanding Charles job search to the entire nation because the only thing keeping us in UT is me at BYU, but I can transfer to a school near a new job any where across the nation. Trying to find schools for me with ComD and higher division ASL classes has been a bit tricky, but the search is continuing.
School started for me last week. I will really enjoy my classes this semester which consist of ASL 102, Assessment and Treatment of Articulation and Phonological Disorders in Children, Language Disorders (a follow up course from last semester’s Language Development), and Language Structure (aka grammar). I feel like I am finally a full fledge college student since I finally had to buy a HUGE, THICK text book.