Annoying Wife-Bragging--SORRY


There are people in this world who are great, but who don't require any validation of it. My husband is one of them. I, on the other hand, love validation (chelloooooo why do you think I have this blog????) and much prefer flying on the radar than under it.

I fully admit to being somewhat of a narcissist (I can already hear my mom on the other end of the phone: "Somewhat?!?!?!"). I have a natural tendency to put myself in the spotlight, whereas Brock tends to do the opposite. That's why we've recently heard--on several occasions--his being referred to as "Mr. Kristi Boyce" or "Most Likely to Become the First Man".

But you know what?

It's all a farce. I'm enjoying my younger years right now, when I have the freedom and ability to be as headstrong as I am. I'm so blessed to have a husband who's willing to play along and go with me to D.C., go with me to Amman, and put his life on hold for a while I play World Conqueress for a while.

But one of these days, I'll happily shy away from the limelight and become a mother to what will definitely be very headstrong children. And instead of my husband supporting me in my endeavors, I'll support him. The older I get, the more and more I am looking forward to this.

Until that happens, there are a few things about Brock you should know.


Recently, Brock finished reading Les Miserables (1463 pages). For fun.

Now he's reading War and Peace (1215 pages). For fun.

In between (while waiting for War and Peace to arrive in the mail) he read The Alchemist.

Yesterday, he found out that he's nominated for Student Employee of the Year. Not just out of all the students who work at BYU Independent Study--out of all students who work at BYU (i.e. 13,000 people).

He consistently gets some of the highest test scores in his butt-kicking game theory class.

Over the course of months of tutoring, he single-handedly helped an older woman pass Math 97 with a C-, helping her fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a college graduate. A few weeks later, he received a postcard from the Eiffel Tower. She thanked him profusely for his patience, hard work, kindness, and encouragement--because without him she wouldn't have bought herself a trip to France to celebrate her graduation.

I would tell you his most recent LSAT practice test scores, but I got in trouble the last time I did that.

Who is this kid??


  1. What an amazing guy. He inspires me. =) I hope he's eventually forgiven me for kicking him off our floor so many times.

  2. I read your comment to Brock and he said "Nope." :) He kids, he kids. You were a great RA, Jenni! Were it not for you keeping our burning passion in check, we may have gotten married at Provo City Hall!! :)

  3. hahaha!! I liked Jenni's comment :)

    (see what facebook does to us?? I can't come up with anything clever to say...just that I liked it...)


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