Thursday, February 17, 2011

Study Breaks

You know how, during a regular semester in Provo, if you have a 2-hour break between classes you submerge yourself in the Harold B. Lee Library and just do homework? Or, if you have a free afternoon you do laundry, or disappear in the library again? Well, this is what I do here when we manage to carve out a couple free hours (or manage to procrastinate):

Yesterday we went to a nearby church of Mary Magdalene, a Russian church. We affectionatly call it the "gold onion" church.
We also went into the city and climbed to the top of the tower of the Church of the Redeemer. It was an excellent view of the city! This pigeon describes my contemplation perfectly.

Sometimes we don't have study breaks, but our studies often take us out of the center. The other day we had an assignment to write about Hezekiah while looking over the city. These are some of my besties and I near the 7-arches outlook. It's so much more fun to compose a paper while not sitting at a desk.


  1. I was surprised to see you wearing your own clothes in the Mary Magdalene church yard. When we went, they made us put on long skirts and head coverings, even though we were already dressed modestly. We looked . . . uh . . . well . . . ridiculous. You look adorable in that pink sweater and black pants in bottom pic.

  2. *MY pink sweater. Just sayin'...
    But I like the pigeon comparison.


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