My adventure in becoming a [Good] Mormon

1)I am currently craving roast beef, which I normally don’t like nor dislike

2)I also want more Temple food…In general, I’m hungry XD

3)I’m also currently procrastinating about 5 different things. Two of which are crucial to me possibly going to university, another 2 of which are crucial to me, my happiness and my spirituality and one which is crucial to me staying free of being grounded.

4)I don’t know why, but every sunday I get someone mad at me >.>

5)I went to the Temple yesterday. I’m not sure if I cried or not after getting out of the baptismal font when Melissa hugged me…I was too wet to tell. I think I did though, because I got a bit of that stupid ache above my eyes I get when I cry. Besides that however, it was amazing. But, being Cass, I wanted to wander around and investigate everything…I can’t wait till the open house in the Calgary Temple ;D

6)Ok, actual facts now….I hate people touching my feet and jaw line. I discovered this yesterday and today.

7)I’m singing ‘Into the west’ from the Lord of the Rings soundtrack right now. I like to think I sing well…I know I don’t but I like to imagine I can.

8)Ever since learning about the Holocaust more in depth last year, I have nightmares of a Mormon genocide. It terrifies me that I have chosen to bind myself to something that, if things go very wrong, could get my friends and myself killed. However, it makes me insanely happy that, if faced with the choice, I would die for something like this rather than give it up (at least in my dreams XD). It’s very illogical to think like this, but that’s just how I am.

9) I am terrified of life beyond high school. Mainly because I can’t plan it all and there are too many unknown variables.

10)I just wrote a list of things that annoy me, just to realize that’s one of the challenges >.>


Day 1: Ten random facts about yourself.

Day 2: Nine things you do everyday.

Day 3: Eight things that annoy you.

Day 4: Seven fears/phobias.

Day 5: Six songs that you’re addicted to.

Day 6: Five things you can’t live without.

Day 7: Four memories you won’t forget.

Day 8: Three words you can’t go a day without using.

Day 9: Two things you wish you could do.

Day 10: One person you can trust


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