Wednesday, November 9, 2011

I have a blog!

I haven't blogged in 6 months! I'd forgotten that i even had a blog!
The first 3 months of my blog hiatus were because i had nothing to blog about. i was getting ready to go back to school and really the only thing i would have written about were my anxious feelings about returning to school. The past 3 months I could have written about so many things- starting graduate school, my impressions of BYU, my new friends, ward, roommates, boys...but i've been busy doing all of those things to sit down and write about it!
But today i decided that i want to sit down and write about my cohort!
when i say "cohort", most people have no idea what on earth i am talking about- my cohort are the 9 (now 8) people that i take all of my classes with and will take all of my classes with for the next 2 years, but my cohort has now become the term that i use when i talk about my best friends. i love these people more than i thought i could love people after knowing them only 2 months!
This is my cohort!
We are goofy but i love us!
Erin, Hayley
Ben, Elizabeth, Victoria, Jason
Me, Alex, Danielle and Ruthann

I spend a good chunk of my time with these incredible people and i am so grateful for each and every one of them! We are all different which makes us such an incredible group, but i'm learning more and more that we are more alike than it seems.
i love these people!
and you should love them too!

2 comments:

Betsy said...

I love that you can tell that the boys (men) felt weird about this photo shoot. That is funny and awesome. You guys are a good lookin' group!! You should maybe make big posters to hang around the McKay building or something. ;) Glad you're blogging again!

BreighAn said...

Yay for your blog! I feel like I was going to email you something the other day, but I don't have your email address. Now I can't even remember what it was I was going to send you...a picture of something. Probably from Pinterest. Hmmm...can't remember. Anyway, glad to hear you're still loving school and your cohort. Looks like a great group!