I was thinking tonight about how fast winter break flew by and how school starts again next week already. I do love being in grad school, but it's just not the same as it used to be... living in the dorms and being on campus all the time, seeing your favorite friends all the time, staying up super late, etc. I haven't gotten together with all of my college roomates since...??? Well, I'm sure some of you girls are reading this, so this one is for you.
My Top 10 College Memories:
10. The time I left the tuna can in our dorm over a weekend while we were gone.
9. The time that Angela yelled out in Chemestry class, "Gross! Look at his leg!"
8. Trying to set up Katie with Joe, then Rob, then Nathan, then......
7. Girls nights, book studies, and small groups with neverending supplies of coffee, tea, cocoa and apple cider.
6. Living in our Wasson Lane appartment - sleeping on the kitchen floor, that giant cricket that attacked me, making a trail of ants through the house, and of course the mold that covered the walls.
5. The day that Leah dressed up in clothes from the "shmurty bin" and paraded around the dorms with a banana like a mad woman.
4. The day after we met Matt we drove to ShopKo in the snowstorm to buy some supplies and Angela drove straight through the gigantic snowbank that was plowed in the parking lot.
3. My 21st birthday party - Angela throwing me a party at midnight. Cutting out of Spanish class early to go the Old Spaghetti Factory with like 30 people and then a night at the Jazz club.
2. That stupid crazed robin-thing that flew at our window over and over again for the entire day and our attempts to scare him away using hawk sounds.
1. The night that Joe thought that Emma's pepper spray was air freshener and sprayed our entire kitchen. Worst day ever and funniest day ever. Our lips & noses were burning for months and I'll never be able to drink coconut-flavored coffee again. Thanks, jPc!
There are many, many, more... but that's what I can think of for now. If you are reading this, I want to hear your favorite college memories.