Wednesday, December 08, 2004

For the Record

So I guess that last post stirred up a lot of mixed emotions, which I was thrilled to read about in my comments section.

I just wanted to add this caveat to it.

I created that post with the intention of showing how much I've change in the last two years since graduating and moving away from BYU.

I didn't mean to imply AT ALL that everyone who goes to BYU is the way I was. That isn't the case at all.

There are tons of really cool, down to earth, nice and friendly people who go to BYU.

I just wasn't really one of them, especially my sophomore and first half of junior year.

My BYU years constitute a time where I was growing up and changing a lot. I gleaned a lot of my personality at the time from the people I associated with. (you can ask one of my old roommates who hates me now ALL about this if you want)

My college experience was great, I loved it!

I hope that clears up any misunderstanding (Mags)


Maggie said...

Thanks for the clarification Katie. I'm also glad to know you like being molly because so do I.

katezmom said...

OK, now you've made me laugh with your creative spelling. Squalor is how you spell it.

Kaycee said...

Awwhh... I was hoping one of us would have to write a "smooth over" post after that. I guess I wrote enough warnings on mine so I didn't have to.

Jason Mulgrew said...


jason mulgrew
internet quasi-celebrity

girl from florida said...

you antagonist, you!


Ah, don't worry, it gets so tiresome being PC all the time. I'm proud of you for speaking your mind. Just like there are individuals who fit every stereotype there is (stereotypes become so for a reason), there are wonderful, interesting people who make the world a more colorful and exciting place... like YOU!