Perfidia?

And now she has a boyfriend! Salt in the wound, insult to injury, a slap in the face. But really, it’s not so bad. I hope she finds happiness. I don’t suppose I want to be around her, at all really. There’s a lot of pain tied up in my memories of her. So, may she find joy and peace, but may I never see her again!? That doesn’t seem right. Well, I’ll think about it.

Meanwhile, there are a lot of great things to do around here. Here’s tonight’s nighttime hike to Stewart Falls up by Sundance:

Stewart Falls

Along with the usual suspects, of course: All of my roommates with their dates. We got going a bit later than planned, so by the time we got up to the falls it was pretty much pitch black. That did have the great advantage of allowing us to see the beautiful, clear night sky as we ate Paul’s famous chili with some grilled-cheese sandwiches.

Tomorrow I’m supposed to be going to Salt Lake with the BYU Interpretation and Translation Training Club. We’re going to take a tour of the Church’s translation and interpretation facilities at the Conference Center. I plan on sleeping on the ride up!

Also, I did a long phonetic transcription of Bob Vila explaining in Spanish how to prepare for a hurricane. “Estamos en estado de alerta por un huracán….” I listened to that recording many more times than I really wanted to, but hey, it’s Bob! There are worse things.

Good night!

2 thoughts on “Perfidia?

  1. Merry

    I took Spanish 326 this last semester before I graduated, and I definitely listened to Bob Vila quite a bit. Good times! I wish I’d taken it sooner, though; I’m sure the improvement I experienced in that class would have been good for my accent a long time ago.

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    1. Josh

      ¡Sí­, para el acento un análisis sistemático de Bob Vila tendrá un efecto maravilloso! 🙂

      I’m amazed and flattered that you read this old post of mine. Welcome to my blog!

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