|"For All Your Rational Thought Needs"|
Nov. 11th, 2004 @ 09:52 pm
As my four years at beloved Oberlin College came to a close, I felt contentment. I felt I could walk away from so much, that it was ended. But now something stirs within me, that which I believed ended after so many yeas of dedication and love once more swims within my mind. Once more yearns to break free. Are there really endings? Can I truly stop doing that which had so dominated my life? Should it’s grave remain East 216 or can it be exhumed? Do I actually believe I can walk away from that which was my sacred daily charge for four years of my life?
Musical Data Set: The Glorious 9th
|Date:||November 11th, 2004 04:12 pm (UTC)|| |
The return of the daily quote?
This whole situation reminds me of the death of Superman. When Andrew checks the grave in East 218, all the quote will have mysteriously vanished without a trace, and four different quotes of the day will spin off into their own comic books.
you do know that your room number was in fact East 218....
which by the way is now full of football players.
|Date:||November 13th, 2004 02:20 pm (UTC)|| |
I was starting to wonder if I was remembering wrong. But then I figured well, it was 2-something, and isn't that enough? ;)
Football players. Maybe they'll miss all the surprises and someone more worthy will find them next year... :p
-Eric (in Arkansas for a week...long story)
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