January 24, 2021

Day: August 26, 2004

Life’s little ups and downs

Life is continually full of surprises and sometimes disappointments that seem almost unavoidable, and occasionally we make little mistakes along the way that can literally turn our life upside down until we are able to turn them around.
This last spring upon leaving school for the summer I had these wild romantic notions of moving back out to the ranch in the desert and continuing my school by mail.

Math and volleyball strike a match for CEU athlete last season

Who would have ever thought that by taking a boring old math class, you would meet your future husband? College of Eastern Utah’s Jen Fisher never thought it would happen to her, but it did.
Fisher met Cody in January of 2003, and after months of dating and a six-month engagement through the fire season, they were married last December.
Fisher is one of CEU’s outside hitters this year. She is originally from Idaho Falls, but came to CEU from Idaho State University.

CEU student spends most of her down time from college in England experiencing lightning, planes & castles

A fair percentage of people go on some sort of vacation or another during the summer holidays. Common choices are Disneyland, New York, San Francisco and Orlando. Only a small percentage of Americans have passports and are able to take holiday outside of the USA. I happen to be among that percentage.
I travel to England twice a year to visit my fiancee. I fly out once for Christmas and once for the summer; summer holidays lasting generally 90 days. In short, when I am not enjoying the educational experience at the College of Eastern Utah, I’m in Britain. This summer was no exception.