Brigham Young University
"Hey, what about you?" she asked. "Jake's friend at the party the other day seemed to notice you, and he wasn't too bad."
"You're just saying that to make me feel better," I said. Of course it did make me feel a little better. If Cindy had noticed, then maybe it wasn't just my imagination after all.
After that Cindy and Amy went on talking about some beauty stuff that I wasn't really listening to, and then in short order it was time to get ready to go to dinner.
Going back to my room, I was absently humming the song Across the Universe that had been playing in Cindy and Amy's room. Upon arriving, I immediately got a dirty look from Janie. Just as I was humming the music to the line "Nothing's gonna change my world," she cut me off by putting on her own music, which apparently she had forgotten to turn on earlier. I remembered that of course Janie did not allow secular music in our room on Sunday, and apparently that included humming. I was drowned-out by the sounds of primary children singing "I know what a prophet does and I can name some too. They're men on Earth who talk to God the way I talk to you..." I wasn't too thrilled about it, but I supposed I had no choice but to keep the rest of the sabbath day holy.
On Monday my classes went reasonably well. We discussed Hamlet in my Humanities class, and I discovered that I had picked up on some of the interesting points, yet unsurprisingly there was quite a lot of cool stuff I hadn't noticed or gotten to in my reading. Of course I was a bit distracted during my classes thinking about my interview with Standards.
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