Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Seminary Graduation

Now, my mum wrote a very good entry on this so if anyone would like to visit her sight and read the blog go to www.thethinks.blogspot.com. Since it is such a good blog, I am going to kind of cheat on this entry and just send you there. I will only touch on some highlights:

*I tripped on my prom dress. (3 times) Now, if you know me, this is probably not much of a shock at all. Every time I tried walking up stairs, which was (1) to get my certificate of completion, (2) to get my diploma, and (3) to walk up the stairs, I would forget to lift my dress just a touch and I would step on it. I never did fall on my face, but I know people noticed. Some told me so!

*Mum wanted the grads to have little displays this year, you know, so people could look at them and get to know us a little better. Part of my display was a little horse from my collection. The kids kept taking it and playing with it. It was okay with me but my two younger sisters, Kaitlyn and Eden kept flipping out!

*As Taylor Smith approached to receive her certificate of completion, the harp music stopped playing and Dad (who was supposed to change restart it) allowed it to change to the music played in that seminary video where they're fighting. You know, it's a real kind of triumphant song and then a scary dangerous song, and then a triumphant song.... you get the point. It was pretty cool. I wish they had played that while we went up to get our diplomas.

8 comments:

Blink said...

Sounds cool, I don't remember my Seminary graduation being anything exciting. Although I think I remember them feeding us... I should check my journal and see if I wrote anything. I just remember having to drive to seminary everyday. I miss driving. Especially on the left hand side of the road. Anyways, I've gone off topic so I'll shut up now...

a man from Saipan said...

Keep driving Vasu. Learn to walk Mal. It sounds like you graduation was more fun than mine. You go gal.

Blink said...

Be careful what you wish for Justin, I could drive you up the wall... ;).

What's with girls from Saipan not being able to walk properly?

Mallory said...

Actually, I haven't been able to walk even before I moved to Saipan. I think it's probably more that they send us here than it makes us this way. They send us here for the good of the rest of the world. To keep everyone else safe. Little do they know.... BWUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Blink said...

So basically Saipan is an insane asylum? So you're crazy even BEFORE you go there?

Lol, and we all just thought it there was something in the water in Saipan that made you all crazy... =P.

Mallory said...

I never said I was crazy. See, you're limited in your view of Saipanese, because you only know crazy ones. Such as Renae, Justin... the list does go on, it just doesn't include me. No, I'm not crazy, I'm just appendegally-challenged.

Blink said...

But you have an evil laugh, you must be crazy... =). Appendegally deranged? Does that mean your fingers and toes are unnaturally short? =S. Is that REALLY better than being crazy?

Mallory said...

LOL!