Monday, December 12, 2011

December, so far

As usual it has been COLD in Logan.  Not as snowy as usual but cold.  Here is some proof:
Lovely icicles connecting Tessie to the ground
And another picture

 Don't worry, it's just ice from the INSIDE of my windshield.  Did I mention it was cold?

I handed in my paperwork for graduation last week.  It was all so final and somewhat scary.
The blue paper is my binding reciept from the library for my Plan B report, I can pick it up after 2 PM January 17!

 Alex was set apart as a missionary on Tuesday night so we drove down for that.  It was great to see.
The grandparents Arbuckle with Elder Keller
My ridiculously good looking siblings

Elder Keller showing off his mad yo-yo skills
Me and my Keller grandparents.  I tried to get a picture with the Arbuckles but it didn't happen
My Dad with his parents
 We slept over so we could see Alley before he went to the MTC:
See you in 2 years!

 Some of the fruits of my education, a dress made in draping class and a mock-up from a paper patter I drafted off of a completed pattern.

I'm hoping that my dress looks more Modcloth than weirdo

 USU is producing "Pirates of Penzance" with the music department.  We borrowed several costumes from the Utah Shakespearean Festival (specifically the daughters costumes) and we need a few more.  Luckily out of the seven (?) costumes we borrowed, six fit the actresses so we only need to build four.  My job was to take a paper pattern off of the largest dress and then alter the pattern to fit the remaining actresses.  Our luck continued because the four girls were basically two sizes so I only needed to make two more patterns!  I wish I could be there to help make the other dresses.  I'll really miss working in the shop with my friends.

I think that's about it!  James took his only final today and I have to meet with my design studies professor sometime this week.  We're basically done!

1 comment:

Courtney Kearns said...

I like that purple and teal outfit you're wearing... also, it's suppose to reach 63 degrees tomorrow.. ohh yeah.