Sunday, December 18, 2011


being the two 18 year old college students that we are, rebellion comes naturally to us. i mean hello we're college students. obviously, not everyone can be as rebellious as us... it's pretty risky business. so folks, what i'm saying is, don't try this at home.

our genius idea consisted of us taking a stroll down memory lane. a not so distant memory.
this lane was more of a "last week lane" seeing as we took a detour onto the campus of UVU.
i know, you're all trippin right now. crazy. we are out of control. be careful.
we originally planned to go up to the 4th floor of the library and pull one of those funny improv
hilarity would soon overcome us when we took the elevator to the 4th floor and sit. silently.
i know, and in a LIBRARY?! then we would proceed to stand up, at exactly 11:28 and leave. silently.
it would be so funny. so rebellious. instead, we realized that "hey, the semester is over."
no students, no studying, no open library.

instead, we settled with parking in a handicapped parking spot. #1 risk. in the UVU "employee parking only". #2 risk. with no rearview mirror adornment (parking pass). #3 risk.
we were living on the edge. what if a campus police officer came?! and we didnt even have a parking pass of any sort hanging from the rearview mirror, triple dangerous. tickets could have been in our future. no no. no tickets on my record.

we quickly left, fearing our unfortunate fate that we KNEW would occur (which of course probably wouldn't, even if we stayed there ALL NIGHT LONG). but there is something about running to the car in a panic and pretending that we might get caught, squealing out of the parking lot, and speeding away that makes adrenaline rush through my veins.

now because this was the adventure of a lifetime, oh and that i officially consider myself a risk taker, if i were you, i would be impatiently waiting for the next great adventure of a samantha and nicole. be careful though. like i said before, don't try these stunts at home.

so here is the picture to document.
(mind you, the parking lot was completely and 100% empty).

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