Utah is not a Four-letter Word

I have been dreading tomorrow for several weeks. It is the day that my father and I will start our road trip to Provo, Utah, where I go to school (Brigham Young University). There isn't one reason that this situation is so dreaded - but rather a combination of memories of Utah suck-ness, ever growing affection towards my home state and the general New England region, but what is probably most significant - the people.

In an effort to cheer me up, Trevor told me that, "Hey, Utah's not a four-letter word."



"$#*!, I guess it is."

Other four-letter words having to do with Utah include:
(honor) code
fech (okaaay, since this isn't a reeeeal word, it doesn't matter I forgot the "t")

But do not include:


If you can think of anything else, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!!!!

Currently, I cannot imagine a force powerful enough to convince me to remove my membership from facebook's "In Utah, but not Of Utah" group.

Why I Like Massachusetts

Welcome to my new blog!

This is my new blog.

If you want to read my old blog, it is http://kateinjordan.blogspot.com

This blog's format is inspired by Ira Glass's radio show "This American Life." If you have a radio, you should listen to the show. If you have a TV with cable, you should watch the new TV show. If you have the internet, you should download the podcast.

(One starts to wonder, how exactly would you be reading this if you DIDN'T have the internet?)

Each post will have a loosely based theme, all of theme having something to do with my life. Written, spoken, filmed, or otherwise represented, the only foreseeable limits to this project are time and bandwidth.

I hope you enjoy this blog a fraction as much as I enjoy working on it.