Lots of change went down this week. I will run through some of the more major events and let the rest surprise you. Also, I would like to apologize for not writing last week. I will repent and do better.
The move home went surprisingly well. Morgan and I got the car loaded and cleaned out our apartment and then moved home Monday evening. It was probably the smoothest move that I have participated in thus far in college. I have once again decided that I have to much stuff, so I will be cutting down. But I suppose that is a personal issue.
I have let my hair grow out quite a bit as of late so I thought I would have some fun with it before I cut it off. I decided that I would get it permed, which has proved to be quite the experience. I will give you a break down of what it takes to get a perm. First, you have to get your hair rolled up in these tiny rollers. Second, they pour some crazy acid on your head and you leave it there for a couple minutes. Then the wash your head with the curler's still in it, then they take the curlers out, pour some base on your head and wash you head again. All in all, my hair got washed three times for approximately 20 minutes total. I love getting my hair washed as much as the next person, but this was a little gratuitous. The entire event took just under five hours. I think it is fair to say that I have had my fun, but it is unlikely that I will get my hair permed again. I will include pictures.
Cave might be a little strong for this one. I found online that there is an open cave in Farmington that you can hike to. I thought this was intriguing so I did some research and then went there with Morgan. The hike to the cave wasn't so bad, but we didn't know where the trail was so we took some deer path that was very steep. The actual trail, which we found later, is fairly gradual and is comprable to any other trail in Davis county.
The cave was really a mine made by some man named Patsy (surname) around the turn of the 19th century. Patsy mined unitl he decided that he wans't finding enough and then up and left his mine. The should be more aplty named cave because it is not particulary large. It is one tunnel that goes back probalby 100 feet and ends. The entire thing is flat and fairly well cleared. It took Morgan and I 5 minutes to explore the entire cave. It is a fun little hike that I think children would enjoy. I enjoyed it as well.
That is about all the exciting things that happened this week. I hope that everyone has a wonderful time and enjoys the last few weeks of school before summer really rolls around.
I jokingly commented that I would be "forgoing my final three years of college in favor of entering the NFL Draft". This proved to be a rash decision because I was not selected. Better luck next time I suppose.