great things that happened today:
- i stayed home from italian and spent a while talking to simone on facebook! i miss my sizz.
- i got to german 15 minutes early… so did Herr Turney. so naturally we chatted for 15 minutes. guess what? he is staying for spring. 22 school days until i directly tell him what’s up.
- linguistics was fun.
- i had kerry + deidrene time.
great things that will happen today and this weekend:
- gym time with katie g.
- did i mention that katie d is now engaged to her peter? as of last night! so by BYU rules, she has to buy pizza for all her roommates! YEAH BRO
- i will be really productive with homework.
- vanessa’s birthday party here at 6 tonight. italian theme. i fagioli arrabbiati.
- trying Herr Turney’s amazing pumpkin chocolate cookie recipe.
- teaching RS on sunday.
i just hung out with Brother Hilton for an entire hour. i told him all the most interesting parts of my life story. i stinkin’ LOVE that guy.
he is also shipping the german cruise line. he says that i should ask my german teacher what he’s doing for spring and summer… if he’s going back to Deutschland, i need to act sooner than the last day of class. HAHAHA.
sono alla biblioteca
and i just want to say that i can snack wherever i want in the library. not just in the snack zone.
i also want to say that Herr Hottie McPants shared italian chocolate (that was sent by his parents in germany) with me today, during the 11th hour.
so many feelings.
i am lots of feelings today.
i couldn’t wipe the smile off my face in german class (especially when i was used as an example for a partner activity and my german teacher called me his “mitbewohnerin” and i got all jokingly awkward and he turned every shade of red).
then when i left i said, “tschuess!” to him, and he said, “ciao!”
to which i replied, “ciao bello!” with a sassy smile (oops)
and i’m doing my online german homework (that he looks over and corrects) and one of the generic questions was, “Wie finden Sie Ihre Deutschlehrerin / Ihren Deutschlehrer?” to which i repiled, “Ich finde ihn sehr gut assehend.”
i saw my german teacher at 7 at the library when i was heading to the ballet. he was talking to two girls.
we said, “ciao.” “ciao!”
“arrivederci!” “arrivederLa!” and i walked away (realizing that he probably has no idea what arrivederLa means).
when i was walking away i heard him say, “she’s in my german class.”
i nearly had a heart attack.
i think it’s cute how he always tries to speak italian to me… despite the fact that he is my german teacher.