Just so my family in Texas knows, I don't love Provo more than you. That's why I cried when I left you and that's why my heart is still sore now.
I just thought I needed to add that.
And also, I've been wanting to watch the 2009 BBC "Emma" ever since we (Cath, Deon and I) finished watching it last week. It's way good. I mean, Mr. Knightly? He just, gets me, you know? Ha ha.
Speaking of Mr. Knightly, I'm pretty sure this guy I know is the modern-day Mr. Knightly. Unfortunately, I think I'm Harriet Smith. But, then again, if I can find a Mr. Martin, then that'd be OK too.
And speaking of Mr. Knightly some more, he's 16 years older than Emma. And Fredrick Bhear? He's like, 20-something years older than Jo March. I think, looking at my literary preferences, I am destined to marry an older man.
And, speaking of older men, my great-great-great grandfather, Jens Nielson, was the first bishop of Bluff, Utah. He was a polygamist -- three wives. I come from the second wife, who I have heard referred to as, "the ugly wife." But, no matter. On the way up to Provo on Saturday, Dad and I followed Devon, Sarah and the boys up to Bluff to check out the old fort, grave yard and Jens' house.