Saturday, December 24, 2011

"The lights the cinematography!"

Watching mass amounts of Hulu has become a new holiday tradition for me. This year I discovered that you can watch the entire fourth season of Parks and Recreation, it's been awesome. Last night I found this. An episode where Tom and Donna become Morgan and Emily. I can't tell you how many conversations about food Emily and myself have had this past semester that have ended with us saying, "Let's treat ourselves!"
Which usually results in us going to Cafe Rio, Chick-Fil-A, or Taco Bell.
We live by this motto, and I think it's been good to us.

"Treat Yo Self"

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

"Bye Buddy, hope you find your dad!"

Em and myself spent far to many hours in the Merril-Cazier Library during finals week and we needed to celebrate the weekend after we had both taken our last final. 
And lemme tell ya, boy did we celebrate. 
We set ourselves up on a double date, but not just any double date.
A daddy-daughter double date. 
Dale and Brent
Need I say more? 
Emily and myself spent last Saturday watching our dads watch a slew of sporting events. We started out at 1pm sharp with BYU vs. Baylor
Once Dale had accepted the lost we regrouped with steak at Texas Road House. I think I speak for everyone when I say this was the highlight of the day. Steak, potatoes, beans, prime rib, rolls, honey butter, and fries.
Nothing makes Emily and I quite as happy as clogged arteries.
Post meal we headed to "The Kings of Cache" house to watch Utah State play in The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. First off I just have to say something about the Idaho commercials during that game. I was in shock over every single one. I guess any publicity is good publicity, right? 
Brent and Dale slept through 75% of the game, I think. Can it be real sleep if one eye is open and you keep mumbling, "This is a close game."? 
I think we were all proud of the Aggies. They sure do know how to keep tradition alive don't they?
And off to the Utah State vs Seattle game we went.
I'll be the first to admit that Aggie Basketball has been a little rough this year, but like I said before, us Aggies know how to keep tradition.
So, in true Aggie manner, we beat a no-name team.
Best date either of us has been on in a long time.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

A Tribute To Us

Please take a seat and let us dazzle you. You are entering into a blog about cousins attached at the hip since birth. Emily (who is currently writing this) grew up in Utah and Morgan grew up in Idaho Falls. Although miles apart we always managed to make our relationship work. That last sentence sounded ridiculous and uncalled for. As little tikes our moms managed to get us matching bowl cuts and outfits and have professional photos taken at your local market. A few years after that made us matching Christmas dresses and again sat us in front of a backdrop and the rest is history. Now here we are being boring, broke, hungry college students but we have stories that will shatter your entire universe. Take a look at the first photo below, Emily on the left who looked like a complete shark as a child with those dark eyes and blonde hair and Morgan who just simply looked like Chris Farley. As a fellow friend of ours Samuel L. Jackson once said, "Hold on to your butts!" and welcome aboard.