Things of which there is nothing better:

1. Eating an entire carrot full of Easter Reese's Pieces. It's like the festive bunny vomited into a veggie-shaped bag and gifted it to me. But NOT. Because I won it in a violent family Easter hunt battle full of egg-throwing and people-chasing and lies and a little bit of crying.

2. Family traditions built on deceptions and pain.

3. Pantslessness. Especially whilst devouring veggie-shaped chocolates and ducky-shaped horse hooves. Anyone up for a Peeps roasting for FHE? It's that or a double batch of ultra-sugary Rice Krispies treats and story time around the microwave.

4. Watching marshmallowy ducks grow ten sizes plus two in the microwave.

5. Brussels sprouts and bacon for dinner. He knows me! He really knows me!
6. Becoming Costco people. Then abusing our Costco people rights in the "Wheely-Office-Chairs" aisle.
7. Fiancé. He's so manly. It sickens me. Really. I'm sick right now, and I blame this manliness.

8. Four months straight without a story about accidentally flashing someone. I miss this part of my past life. I only hope some of you have made up for this boringness of mine, posted about it on the world-wide-web, and will include a link for me in the "comments" section so I may read up and be relieved that the world is still the lovely place it has always been, lacking not in a humility-inducing sense of humor.

Simpleton Pleasures #s....shoot, I forgot.

Looking for a job?

Going to school at BYU?

I know a place.

You all know how I'm like obsessed with my job and stuff. Flower Shop Girl--it's as dreamy as it sounds, in every way.
We are actually in dire need of employees right now, which is rare for us. Turns out that lots of girls at the flower shop think they want to go on missions and graduate and go home for the summer. And get married, also. Noobs.

So moral of the story, the job's basically yours if you're going to be around this spring and summer. Especially if you comment and tell me you're applying. Then I give my boss a good word about you, and you're 100% on the in.

I think the posting's listed on the BYU student employment site. The position says "on-call," but that's just until we can get you all trained, which will take less than a month, I'd say. Then you'll have regular hours.

Or if you don't even want to go look at that site, just bring in a resume with your spring/summer school schedule attached. If you're not taking classes spring/summer, then that's even better!

Happy job hunting! If you know any other girls going to BYU who will be around spring/summer and need a job, let them know. Especially if they're your BFFs. I like to work with peoples' BFFs.
Get your hands dirty.

I don't want Facebook to be sad that I'm telling you first, so please kindly withhold posting happy thoughts on that wall until tomorrow. BUT. (If you buy four completos...)
I'm not going on a mission anymore. Hmmmm.


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