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Monday, January 11, 2010

I told you you'd miss me. . .

Dear Everyone,
I apologize for leaving you all hanging out there in the blogosphere. My bad for not posting for about nine months.
Here is a quick update on my life since we last spoke:
In April, I moved out of my parents house and down to Provo.
In May, I kept living in Provo and still liked it.
In June, I vacationed in my new favorite city - Seattle. It is seriously one of the coolest places I have ever been. I would love to settle in Seattle someday.
In July, I lit some fireworks and went on a blind date with a girl who was incredibly tall. It's sad, but that's all I remember from July. Oh yeah, my best buddy, BigCat (Jordan) came home from his mission in July. That was good for me.
In August, I turned 21 (finally) and moved into another apartment in Provo with said best buddy. I also began taking classes at UVU. I declared myself as a Communication major but didn't take any comm classes.
In September, I started liking Provo again. . . briefly.
In October, I had the honor of travelling to Denver with a coworker and some new friends to see one of my all-time favorite performers :Andrew McMahon (lead singer of Jack's Mannequin and Something Corporate). My friends and I won a contest where we got to go in early to the show and meet the star.
October held other great things for me. After my car broke down, preventing me from a trip to Idaho, I got roped into playing the keyboard in a band for the play "Little Shop of Horrors." It was a great experience and reminded me how much I love performing.
I also bought a new car in October. (apparently it was a big month)
In November, my dislike for Provo returned with a vengeance. I decided to throw in the towel and began searching for someone to buy my contract.
In December, I did my best to get through Christmas without beating anybody up. I decided this year to give the holidays a second chance. It really wasn't too bad. Some of the highlights include: helping the Burgeners decorate their Christmas tree, drinking sparkling cider, and playing Santa Clause at the Trayner family Christmas Eve party.
Now that it is January, I find myself in an entirely different place. I moved home temporarily and now I live on my own again. I am renting a room in a house with 5 guys in South Salt Lake (Millcreek). One of my roommates is a new friend from 2009 and I'm enjoying my time here. Rent is super cheap and I have my own room. The best part is that I don't live in Provo anymore.

So that's my update. I will try to blog more frequently in the coming months but I can't make any promises. My life just isn't that exciting.

6 comments:

The Cotton's said...

Hey I found your blog on Rachel Trayner's. It is good to hear what you are up to! I like to see where everyone is at now!

Hailey Jones said...

KYLE.
remember when we were besties at suu.then you quit. remember when i wanted you to marry kay. but now i want dill too. remember how your mom and my aunt used to share a job. remember how i like finding your blog.
i hope your life is good.
because i think you deserve a great life.

maybe i should set you up on a date with hot young thing?
yes.

get back to me.

Becky Green said...

you saw ME in december, yeesh kyle. that was like, the highlight of the year i thought.

ps. you are turning more and more into frasier crane every time i see you :)

Chelsea said...

I have missed you. It's a new year's resolution of mine to blog more. I think my shrink would approve. Also, I'm planning on moving to Seattle next year-next January to be exact, if you'd like to join me. It's going to be a rocking good time. All the cool kids are doing it, namely me.

Jennif said...

I like you kyle. more times to come with you, i'm sure. YAY!

Landon and Kylie said...

Man, I had no idea your time in Provo was so horrible! What about all the good times you had with us? We were talking a couple of days ago and decided that you just don't want to live by us...you moved from WJ when we lived there, then away from Provo when we moved here. That is just lame. Well, we miss you. Glad life is good. And Landon wants to live in WA too, so maybe you'll be stuck with us someday, after all.