22 03 2010

It’s a sad day to be back in Logan after losing to Texas A&M on Friday, but I’m glad I got the chance to go up there and support the Aggies for one last game this season.

I haven’t had the chance to tell you about the end of my trip in North Carolina and the ride I caught to Spokane last minute.

The last day I was in NC, I had an early 6:30am wake-up call and had only slept since 3:30am that same morning.  I left for the airport at 7am in a nice Lincoln town car…  I was rollin in style the whole time I was there, so why not leave in a town car.

It was a long trip back to Salt Lake City and I was trying my hardest to find a ride to Spokane the whole way home, however, for a while things just weren’t working out for me.  A little after I decided that I probably wouldn’t get the chance to get up to Spokane, I got a call from a family friend, Erik Durant. He asked if I was planning on going up but after hearing that I had failed to find a ride to Spokane, he said not to worry and that he would be driving me up. Wow, I was stoked.

He said his wife had been reading my blog and read that I would not be at the game and told him that he should take me. I cannot thank them enough… Great people. Thanks to them and all of you who read my blog and take the time to care  about my life and what’s happening.

I had a 3 hour lay over in Denver (huge airport) and then flew to Salt Lake. While in Denver, I watched some of the basketball games and I was so happy to think that BYU would be losing. Some people saw my USU gear I was wearing and thought I should be cheering for BYU since we were in the same state. They just must not understand the mind set of a true Aggie.

After I finally made it back to SLC, I was chillin with my sister when I received news that I would be leaving to go to Spokane. So, I caught the Front Runner train up to Ogden. There, I met my uncle who took me to Brigham City where I met my ride to go to Spokane. Planes, trains and automo”bills.”

All in all, I have had a great few weeks. I have been in 7 states, 3 different time zones, and in seventh heaven the entire time. I love my Aggies and am proud that I got the chance to wear my Aggie Blue in Spokane.  I’m sad that we aren’t still there playing another game but I am now definitely looking forward to football!

Thanks to all of you who read my blog and who have supported me the whole time. Love you guys. Go Aggies!




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