Saturday, March 27, 2004

Down fall of the South

I've recently discovered one inherent problem with going to school in the south. It has nothing to do with the odd accents, the lack of mountains and the ocean, or even the beverage that is supposedly past off as coffee. It actually has to do with the weather, or rather the abundance of good weather. Immediately after spring break, the weather quickly changed to summer: blue skies, 75 degrees, and slight breeze. It's perfect. We don't have to look forward to going home to summer, it's already come to us. Consequently, it's made everyone completely distracted and tired of school. We all think that the last month of school should be like camp: water fights, relay races, craft stations, field trips, etc. I wonder if President Conn would consider that?


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