Monday, January 11, 2010


My math class wasn't challenging enough so I switched in to a more difficult one. I had to go buy I new textbook for the class and on my way to the bookstore 2 people said good morning to me. I love living in a place where everyone is so friendly. I got to the bookstore and BINGO! They had my book, it's a used damaged book so I got it for ghetto cheep, but when I got to the checkout I realized that I had forgotten my wallet in my purse at home. The cashier was really understating, and even set my book aside so I could just come back and quickly pay.

In my math class my teacher didn't have an extra course syllabus for me, and I didn't have time between Math and Humanities to run to his office and get one. I wasn't too worried about it. I was just going the assignment off of my roommate who is also taking the same class. Near the end of class the girl sitting behind me tapped on my shoulder, and handed me a note. She had written out today's AND all of the assignments I had missed the first two days of class! It was honestly the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for me. I cant believe that she remembered that I didn't have a syllabus, and took the time while the professor was lecturing to write everything out.

You can see on the picture of the note that some of the assignments are EOO, it stands for Evey Other Odd. She Even wrote the every other odds up to 21 for me! This girl went above and beyond, she didn't have to do this for me at all. Her actions were truly Christlike. I was told that BYU-I is a disciple training center. I encountered many of these disciples today. I feel so blessed to be here.

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