Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
The first day, Codee and I flew into Orange County and went to West Hollywood and CityWalk. I worked at the Guess store in CityWalk all last summer while I was living in LA so we went back and saw a lot of my old friends I worked with. After CityWalk we took The Metro (the subway) to Hollywood and Highland. We ate lunch at the Audrey Hepburn Cafe where we went last summer. Then we just did some shopping and site seeing in Hollywood. Later that night we went to the Angels game with my family. Unfortunately, the Red Sox beat my team... But we did see a drunk Red Sox fan throw beer all over an Angels fan. Pretty funny story...
Day Two was mostly spent in Disneyland. We were with my family the majority of the day. It was also my Birthday!!!! Disneyland gave me a pin to wear all day and everyone in the park told me "Happy Birthday" all day. We got to go into the park an hour early (called Magic Morning) and it wasn't very magical. There were 2 rides open and that was pretty much it. Codee and I did a lot of rides with my Grandma's two kids, Mariah and Anthany. We went to Toontown and did most the rides in the park. That night we met up with my family and went to the Rain Forrest Cafe for my birthday dinner. They gave us a HUGE cake and ice cream VOLCANO! Yummy!!
Saturday, May 9, 2009
The ceremonies were awesome! Some real "go-get-er" speeches. The only boring part was ALL the names being called. I was so ecstatic to hear my name called in the Huntsman Center. After ceremonies we headed to my house to get ready for my big BBQ bash.
So many people showed up to the BBQ. We had the party at Murray Park because we had so many people come. All of my family came and all of Codee's family came plus a lot of other friends. We had almost 40 people come out to enjoy the festivities. My dad grilled and everyone helped get things ready. (THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO CAME!!!)
YOU ARE EDUCATED. YOUR CERTIFICATION IS IN YOUR DEGREE. YOU MAY THINK OF IT AS THE TICKET TO THE GOOD LIFE. LET ME ASK YOU TO THINK OF AN ALTERNATIVE. THINK OF IT AS YOUR TICKET TO CHANGE THE WORLD. ~ TOM BROKAW