Friday, April 30, 2010

Trains, Planes, and Automobiles

Well... lets recap since the last little diddy.

First, schools done. I NEVER HAVE TO SEE MY CRAZY ROOMATE AGAINNNNNN. yesssss. but as good as school ending was... that meant i had to drive home. TEN HOURS. its not really that bad, but i was so tired, i was on the verge on falling asleep every time i took the wheel. deffinately highlight of the trip was my crazy roadtrip partner... my mother. she decided that it was absolutely halarious to jump out and scare me every time.... everrry time i got out of the bathroom. haha shes such a silly mommy.

Second, i have ridden no planes lately. the end.

Third, me and Trae went on a "date" today to the train museum in downtown sac! it was cute. it was really interesting learning about the history of trains, and Trae is so enthralled with it! after we learned about the trains, we got lunch in old town, went to the candy store, thennnnn little actor to be drama king wanted to have a photo shoot. really? really Trae? your five... and you posed for over a half an hour for my iPhone camera.
well, i love my little baby and his mini-me ways. i have missed him terribly and now i am here for the next four months to torture him to death. yay!

that means im home, alone, bored out of my mind, staring at the wall all day people! be jealous that im out of school in april and no one else is. my life is SO entertaining.

love you all! as some foreign people somewhere say, ciao.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Apt 295 is a small Japanese village.

Great news people: i live in Japan! what you say? how can Taryn live in a far away country? i thought she was in utah in apt #295, Wyview Park, 2122 N 120W, Provo, UT, 84604????? well, joyously, greatfully, amazingly, my ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE, LOVING, MOST FAVORITIST ROOMATE OF ALL TIME has turned my apartment into a japanese infested cest pit. This lovely conference weekend i was able to watch three conference sessions in my living room. (the other one i actually went to!!) Lucky for me Sarah (my roomate) was able to invite one of her friends (what????) to watch it with us! this friend.... is EXACTLY like sarah. she came to my apartment in a kimono (SP?), hair in a bun, walking in little waddling steps.
then, sarah and japanese girl continued to watch conference while folding origami objects and speaking in Japanese. this went on for about EIGHT hours. after conference, they continued to watch a church movie in Japanese, while drawing anime (japanese cartoon) people and discussing their latest Japanese comic books they have read.

As if it couldnt get worse, my adorable precious roomie just LOVES to make the biggest, nastiest mess she can and NEVER clean it up. so as she was filling up the sink, burning things on the stove, and trashing the living room, i got to sit and try to feel the spirit. Luckily Antony came down and visited me this weekend so he kept me from total insanity.

Lets continue with my Japanese apt becuase trust me.... it does not stop there.

The other night, Sarah's beau (lets call him... Japboy). Well Japboy is just perfect for Sarah... our little Japgirl. Japboy served his mish in Japan, has a blonde bowl cut, and ALWAYS, and i mean always, wears sunglasses inside. every time he comes over, they discuss anime characters as if they were real and talk in the language of the Japs. So, the other night, Japboy burned a Japanese film for Japgirl. He brought it over and they watched it. I was making my absolutely gorgeous cake in the kitchen and was watching the Japcouple as i was doing so. this movie was totally against Japgirls standards... and at one point the Japanese man walked into a porn shop and the camera voomed into a pair of womans breasts. Sarah just sat that awkwardly. (funny how she will walk out while me and Kristen watch the Hannah Montana movie, but not with this)

Japgirl and Japboy will probably get married soon... and create a plethera of Japbabies.

Let me just say... i am nice to Japgirl. Im never outwardly rude... but i will be VERY happy when i move out in 2 weeks.