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Student Blogs | Bob Malone

Posted on May 1, 2009 at 10:36 am

It's been really great talking on the phone with Mom and Dad as much as we have, but I still can't wait to see them both in person. (And Hi to Grandma and Grandpa too!) Hope the little dogs are well and not getting too old. I miss my dog, too…

Mom and Dad are also remodeling the patio. I can't wait for summer (PLEASE have the spa working before June - I am really looking forward to hanging out there)! I got my schedule for work this summer, and I will be able to help out in the yard during the afternoons, so they better think up some yard projects for me.

I've been good… my back's feeling better and I've done a lot of cool things since I was last home - had barbeques, been to the beach, and gone to San Francisco, amongst other things.

Colloquy this week was the annual Faculty Awards program, and lots of faculty members who have had papers published and made professional presentations and so on were recognized. Also the orchestra played.

And last week was Green Week, and a lot of people turned out for the service project in St. Helena, the Earth Week Fair (especially the booth where you could get t-shirts silk-screened), and other events about nature and stewardship. There was even a huge truckload of our plastic containers that were headed for the recycling plant.

Bob Malone
Senior Social Studies and Education Major