Showing posts from June, 2016


My sister had an oral communications class in a building this semester that also serves as a museum. It's called Wrather, and I came here one day while I was waiting on her to get out of class. I originally planned on coming to the building to sit outside of her classroom, but I ended up walking through the museum instead.The displays highlight a lot of history about Western Kentucky, but they also focus on the past of the university as well. I am a history major, so I think it's safe to say that I definitely found my favorite spot on campus.
I had to spend my birthday in Murray because it fell in the middle of the week this year. I had to attend class that day and be away from my family and friends in Louisville, so I was definitely bummed out about it all. My sister was my roommate this semester, so I did feel a little lucky about the day though. We ended up spending the day together after classes. She took me to get my nails done and we had sushi at Jasmine. I could not have…

Friends at Huber's

I went to Huber's last September with my best friend, Jamie, her boyfriend, and her family. We arrived early in the morning for a day of pumpkin and apple picking, hayrides, and a stroll around the farm. I hadn't been since I was a kid, and that was for a field trip in elementary school. Needless to say, I was so ecstatic when Jamie asked me to tag along for the day.
We rode out to the pumpkin patch and split up to search for the perfect pumpkins. Jamie's mom wanted to find some for the entire family. She had this plan to paint the pumpkins as the minions, and then she wanted to place them in her front yard. I didn't want a pumpkin to take home, so I helped them find some. Jamie ended up finding a tiny pumpkin, and she thought it was just the most adorable thing. She certainly took that one home once we were finished.
I went apple picking with Jamie and her boyfriend after the pumpkin patch. We took a hayride over to the apple fields, and then we were given plastic bags …