Ner (djner) wrote,
Ner
djner

trip to OKC, Ted's, and Sunday

With the background of classical crossover music, I write yet another entry. I didn't write yesterday; I should have, it was a good day, because I had a long day and trip to the OKC temple, so I pretty much went to bed pretty quickly.

We left yesterday about 7:15 or so, and finally got back about 8:00 pm or so. It was definitely a really good trip, definitely worth the long drive to and from there. We ate at this amazing Mexican food restaurant there in Oklahoma City called Ted's Escondido Cafe, and yes, it was Ted's. You'd think that it wouldn't be great Mexican being that the restaurant started with Ted, but who knows, one could be Mexican and have the name Ted, I don't know. I spent like $10, and got a tasty chimichanga with all you could eat chips, salsa, cheese dip, and most importantly, home made hot tortillas. Absolutely AWESOME, especially the tortillas, mmmm, will definitely have to go there again next time for sure.

Church today was pretty good, as usual. This evening, I went to Institute graduation. Basically, Institute, is a program where you can take LDS religion classes, and after completing a certain number of credits, you graduate. It's not like getting a diploma from college, bu it's pretty cool to know you've accomplished finishing up all of the requirements. I'm almost there as far as requirements now both in my masters and in Institute, so that's cool.

Well, started writing this journal entry at 10, and now it's much later. I got talking with my room mates about life, love, and living, all of which are exciting topics and ones that take up or have the potential to take up vast amounts of time. More tomorrow. I've found a possible house for living next year, and when I know more about it, I'll write more details. It looks like a really neat place though, hopefully things pan out.
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