Monday, April 26, 2010

Summer 2010 Plans/Goals

~Be on "The Price Is Right"
~Go to the Ellen Degeneris or Jay Leno show.
~Longboard Lombardt Street in San Francisco.
~Go to the pool at least twice a week.
~Go camping at least once a month.
~Work 40 - 60 hours a week unless on vacation.
~Sell My car and purchase a new longboard.
~Save $$$ for China.
~At least one kiss in the rain.
~Find my glasses or purchase a new pair. (accio glasses . . .)
~Salt Flats Photoshoot.
~Sing and play my guitar for Rachel Kime.
~Wakeboard at least twice a month.
~Job shadow Dr. Owens, or Dr. Jackson.
~Volunteer at either the M.D. camp or a local hospital.
~Play at a park.
~Visit my friends in West Yellowstone and Newport Beach.
~Concerts, Concerts, Concerts.
~Run the Ragnar Relay from Logan to Park City.
~Party hardy and live life as a 20 year old.

Salt Lake Lonely Boy

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Dreaming With A Broken Heart


We ALL have them.
I'm not talking about the dreams we have when we rest our almond shaped eyes. I am talking about dreams of life, love, and prosperity. Everyone has their own dreams.
I have always dreamt big. Really big. Maybe even too big (is that possible?)

I want my life to be full of achievements.
Dreams differ from person to person. Some dreams may be easier to achieve than others, but they are still dreams nonetheless. I often have dreams that are bigger than life itself. Will I achieve them? I sure hope so

But when? I have found myself saying, "Yeah . . . that would be way fun to move somewhere and make something of myself . . . ." But what exactly is stopping me? Yeah . . sure . . . money can put a little damper on things. . but I need to start working on achieving my dreams rather than sitting here talking/blogging about them. I need to do them before its too late because they always say that life flies by and to enjoy it while your young.

Dream BIG

Nothing's stopping you.


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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Relationships Are For People Who Are Waiting For Something Better To Come Along

Sundays. I'm in a love/hate relationship with them these days. Living in Utah definitely has it's ups and downs. One of those downs being the majority of the city is closed on Sunday. oh well

So after my five mile hike up beautiful Millcreek Canyon with my friend Kristen, I decided to finish the night watching one of my favorite movies, Hitch.

Some of my favorite quotes come from that movie even though many of them are ridiculously cheesy.

Never lie, steal, cheat, or drink. But if you must lie, lie in the arms of the one you love. If you must steal, steal away from bad company. If you must cheat, cheat death. And if you must drink, drink in the moments that take your breath away.

Any guy can sweep any girl off her feet, he just needs the right broom.

Because that's what people do. They leap, and hope to God they can fly, because otherwise you just drop like a rock, wondering the whole way down, why in the hell did I jump? But here I am, Sarah, falling, and the only one that makes me feel like I can fly... is you.

Serena van der Woodsen . . I know you're out there. I'm looking for you.

Lonely Boy

Wednesday, April 14, 2010


Now taking applications for N.C.M.O.'s

Call/Text/E-Mail/BBM/Write me if you're interested.

Now don't you all go crazy. This is for a limited time only.

Unfamiliar with the term N.C.M.O.?? Talk to your local cougar(as in BYU cougar, not sexy old ladies) and they shall keep you informed.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


It was about 11:30 at night when my mother realized she needed to pay my sisters boyfriend for a new Wii remote and all she had was a hundred dollar bill. She had no clue where to go so I told her to treat me to a California Burrito at Molcasalsa because my man Hector would have change. So we go over there all chipper and order my delicious meal in the drive-thru. My dear friend Kara was with us as we chatted away in the Trailblazer. As the window is down, my mother is sliding her Benjamin back and forth in the window slot and all of the sudden it DISAPPEARS. She opens the door thinking the wind had taken it through the air, but nope. It was no where to be seen. Of course Kara and I were laughing thinking my mother was about to rage in to an array of curse words but she too giggled. As she rolled up her window, the sound of paper sliding against the windows had us completely silent. The bill slid in her car door where the window rolls down. I am still laughing about it. Now when she sells her car, she can say it's worth at least a hundred dollars, right?

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Gone Reading

Sorry if I haven't been texting/calling you back, I've just been sucked in to a book. Not just any book. A book that has me believing I am in a circus during the Depression era. {amazing}

Read it. I just hope they make the movie as good as the book. Like with good music, actors, and circus people.

(thanks kristen for lending me the book)

I need another book when I am done with this one. Suggestions?

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Yesterday When We Were Young


The only constant in this crazy world.

It often can leave me speechless how quickly and abrupt things can change.






I suppose I don't despise change or I'd still be that squirrelly little child with braces underneath those chunky cheeks, but whenever I stop to think about it, I am always left a little weary. Like I said, change can be a good thing, but it doesn't make it any easier. Much has changed for me since high school. I have some new awesome friends, which also means I only talk to a select few from Skyline. I work at a pretty cool place(not Einstein's)I am kind of figuring out what I am doing in school. My family has the most stability since my parent's divorce five years ago. As of lately, I have been indescribably happy.

The change that makes me bothersome is the change that has happened around me amongst some of my friends. Some are making choices in their lives that will forever change them. I am talking about the not-so-good choices. I guess all I can do is love them unconditionally and be there for them in times of need. Only recently have I realized how amazing my friends are. I have truly amazing people who inspire me to become the best Ryan Snow I can be. They support me no matter the mood I am in and what I desire for my future. They laugh at my non-comical jokes. They bring me ice cream when I'm having a down day. They take me out when I want to stay at home and read. I guess what I am trying to say is that my heart is full. I wish I could go around and thank every individual who has impacted me in some way, but I don't exactly know where I would stop.


for supporting me through change.

p.s. How awesome would it be to live in Seattle?

advice please

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Woops . . .

So . . .

I got a girl pregnant . . .