Monday, August 28, 2006

Fresh meat

Today Samford's undergraduates returned to class, and the University campus was hopping with fresh, tanned, preppy faces brightly renewing old friendships and greedily (for the Greeks among them) eyeing the possibilities of new ones.

I always enjoy the vivifying effect of the undergrads' return, but I do not enjoy their seemingly infinite ability to destroy any semblance of orderly parking. We are not a big University, down in Homewood's vale, but we are, apparently, one in desperate need of adequate parking facilities.

FEELING: Hot, since it's 100 degrees outside
LISTENING TO: The combined sound of "Ahhhh!" as sorority sisters across campus exult in unison


At 10:25 AM, Anonymous T$ said...

Ah, college life in the South - the oppressive heat filled with the piercing squeals of melodramatic coeds. I can honestly say that I don't miss either.

Currently in Seattle: 58 degrees with a sweltering high of 65.


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