7/20/07

We Miss you all.




This picture was taken after a fight with Kristen (our new missionary). She never did say why she slugged him. Then, there's Rebecca (leaving for Mission). Lovely Julie and Anona just got married. And Kirsten has her papers in for her mission. We miss all of you. We'll get to the profound parts in next post.

11 comments:

KBerger said...
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KBerger said...

In my own defense, Chandler started teh fight when he threw a Star Crunch to the back seat and it hit me square in the face. LOl ~Kristen

Dan Sorensen said...

Things definitely got out of hand, but because of my defensive driving, we all made it back alive.

E. Anona said...

All the previous comments are bunkus. I, E. Anona Sobczak, objective photographer of events, will give you the true story.

Daniel Sorensen, intrepid automobilist, spotted a large figure in the woods, which he believes may have been Sasquatch, (also known as Bigfoot) and swerved to get a closer look, thus throwing Chandler Warnick, DJ Extraordiaire, slightly to the left. This caused the Star Crunch that DJ Chandler was going to gently toss back to his groupies to fly violently out of his hand and strike Kristen Meisberger, Group Supervisor of Excellence, slightly above the right temple.
Anyway, to get to the outcome of the matter, DJ Chandler and Meisberger of Excellence posed in various threatening positions until they scared each other off, and our intrepid driver drove calmly on.
Sara Lee, Rock of Benevolence, can attest to the truth of these events, and to the reality of Sasquatch, whom we may have sideswiped with the car. We were late for our conference though, and didn't stop to check.

Chan said...

Kristen did not scare me off by her threatening poses. I began the threatening poses because I wanted to spare Star Crunches that I knew would be destroyed by an all out battle between Kristen and me.

Sky Scatcher said...

OK, first of all, we know that if Chan was NOT scared by Kristin, he SHOULD have been. Proof? Notice the above bloody nose he received from her--this faithful pre-missionary who is not easily provoked --mostly. And Dan cannot possibly be the great driver he claims, since he first couldn't even find the car, then, next picked up the wrong one. I apologize profusely--upon hearing this dreadful truth--to you three lovely girls for letting you leave Rexburg with Hippie Dan and Chan the Man DJ Extraordinaire. I tremble to finally see the real facts--that Chan DJ Extraordinare was more worried about Star Crunches than he is about your face-to-face, head-to-toe encounter with Big Foot, himself. You could have been shredded alive and taken to a cold cave somewhere to save for his winter dinner. Or maybe he would have used your heads on sticks to decorate his cave, while devouring your intestines. It must have been a terrifying, mind-boggling experience, yet, we all know how Chan can be about food. I.E. the pizza parties he somehow got Intrepid Leader to throw on the spur of the moment. (I always felt such surprise later. "How did he do that?" I'd ask Julie--though they were fun.) I want you to know that no matter what Dan or Chan say, Anona. I believe every word of your side of the story. It's filled with perfect detail (except was the Sasquatch snarling or drooling?) and is grammatically correct. So, guys, no protesting. The true facts were bound to come out sooner or later. And next time, little Anona will be in charge and driving.
If, for any reason, Chandler Warnick DJ Extraordinaire would like to protest this matter, he may do so only by coming back to be with us in the fall--or forever hold his peace. Again, I'm dreadfully sorry to have placed you three in such a dangerous, life-threatening position, and I wholeheartedly repent. Signed "Intrepid Leader"

Dan Sorensen said...

Many people don't know that Chandler is actually a ninja. Besides being a delicious snack, These "Star Crunch" cosmic treats have actually been used anciently by ninjas as weapons. Not ready to reveal his ninja status, he felt that Star Crunch would be less conspicuous than the normal--and more precise in life-and-death situations--nunchucks.
I may have been the first one to see Sasquatch, but Chandler--due to his ninja sense--was already aware of the danger. He pulled out a Star Crunch and prepared to hurl it toward the beast. But when I saw what Chandler was about to do, I knew I needed to stop him. Believing Sasquatch to be on the endangered species list, and acting as a patriotic citizen of planet earth, I swerved altering Chandler's aim. The interstellar refreshment sailed desultorily and collided with Kristen's head.
Kristen, angry and disoriented, sought retaliation by posing in threatening positions. These threatening positions not only scared each other, but also Sasquatch, who had begun chasing the vehicle.

Sky Scatcher said...

Again, I reaffirm my belief that Anona's comments are true. Jen is on her honeymoon, so she cannot be trusted to remember what happened. And as we can all see from the comment above, Hippie Dan is a blatant story-teller. Thank heavens for sweet Anona, who's only fault was walking around pretending that she was bored to tears.

Chan said...

Dan! Incredible account! I don't even know what "desultorily" means! But lemme clear something up. There was no sasquatch, who, by the way, is not real. Anona has been reading Life of Pi, and, like Mr. Patel, has projected Kristen's ferocious mien into a similarly ferocious creature: bigfoot. The end.

Sky Scatcher said...

Chan, Chan, the lying man. Don't listen to him. Life of Pi? Maybe. But, . . . Anona never lies.

E. Anona said...

It's true. I never lie. Let the telling of this tale end now.

p.s. Chandler-Does Kristen know you compared her to the ferocious Bigfoot? (And tried to say it was me "projecting"?)