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... all-women's college. The University of Chester is the exact opposite. On one hand, I am super excited for this change. As much as I love Agnes Scott, it will be exciting to see what a big, co-ed school is like; academically, socially, the whole nine yards. However, this unknown territory also comes with a lot of nervousness. I basically feel like I'm a high school senior getting ready for college all over ...
I woke up at 6 as usual, still dark but excited to leave I jumped in the shower. Later as I begun to pack i was thinking of coffee, nudged Lauri awake and peaked out the sliding glass door to notice that Lisa was up. We made some Kerig coffee and sat for a bit to catch up some more before we realized what time it was. Later than we were comfortable with. So we grabbed our bags, Lauri did a last minute check, Lisa locked up the house and we headed ...
... Park on Dec. 13 to find everything in order at home.
We've enjoyed good times with several friends in the area, including dinner with boating buds Lois and Larry Wheeler; our "Prairie Dawg" supper club Christmas gala at Wanda and Stan Monger's beautifully decorated home in Shawnee, KS; Christmas Eve at the home of our niece and nephew-to-be, Ali and Jordan O'Grady in Prairie Village; Christmas Day with Dad and my ...
... of the museum is the massive badminton “Shuttlecocks” by Claed Oldenburg
on the museum’s huge front lawn. The museum has an especially large number of
works by Missouri native “regionalist” painter Thomas Hart Benton, whose art I
I usually inquire about photography policies at museums, so
I don’t get yelled at for taking pictures if they don’t allow them. Usually
photography for ...
If I were to live in Kansas, Lawrence would be my choice.
That’s not to say I want to live in Kansas, but Lawrence is the state’s largest
university town as home to University of Kansas, which makes it more
open-minded academically-oriented place than other spots in the state. I find
the scenery around Lawrence to be quite nice, mostly grassland but moist enough
to be greener and have more trees than the barrens of the ...