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Patricia

My Birthday

by Patricia on June 23, 2016

in Extracurricular

In the past, I have usually been out of town for my birthday. But this year I stayed in St. Louis. It was a great fun-filled day. First I went to the water park at Six Flags. I’ll have to remember to go there in the morning because it was least crowded and we were really able to enjoy ourselves. On the way home we stopped at Culver’s for lunch and I got the flavor of the day, Bonfire S’more. Then I went home and decorated my cake. It was a strawberry cake with chocolate mousse inside. It was decorated like a circus. It had pink and blue stripes with circus frosted animal crackers. The top had M&Ms and sprinkles!

The next thing on my agenda was seeing Alice Through the Looking Glass with my friend. It was a great movie and I just love Alice in Wonderland! I recently bought an outfit to go along with it! For dinner I went to O Charley’s and then I came home and opened presents. I got several necklaces, including the Eiffel Tower, tons of items from  bath and body works, an adult coloring book, a Paris shirt, new sheets, new pillow, and tons of other things. Last but not least, I had cake with cotton candy ice cream.

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Besides rescuing my dog, Champ, I did plenty of other things in Florida. I bought a blow up whale, named Malibu. I rode it on the waves on the beach. It was fun because there had recently been a storm and the waves were intense! I felt like someone was knocking me into the sand and I couldn’t get back up! I also swam in the pool at our house. I even went shopping and bought some seashells to add to my collection at home. I saw lots of antiques including a pearl Korean dresser from the 1800s. I also saw furniture from France from the 1800s. We went into one store with a live cat.

My dad and brothers went fishing on a private boat and caught a shark. They took it home and cooked it. It tasted like a combination of pork and chicken. It was more dense than fish. We also bought calamari (squid) and shrimp. I didn’t like shrimp but my mom made me try it, and I ended up liking it. When we went to the Blue Parrot restaurant I even ordered it instead of chicken strips. LOL

I cant wait to go back next summer!!!!

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Patricia

Florida

by Patricia on June 14, 2016

in Extracurricular

This week, my family went to Florida in St. George Island! This year, we brought my dog, Champ. A few days ago, he jumped off the dock and into the ocean! He usually hates water, but he thought that a log was prey and couldn’t resist! Once he jumped off, he swam toward the log and chewed on it. Once he realized it was a log, he swam toward the dock and sat on one of the poles. He even tried to climb between the poles at the bottom of the dock, but he didn’t know that he was too big. I got to rescue him in a canoe! Fortunately my parents were able to take pictures at the time. After I got Champ back to shore, my brother threw the log back into the water and of course Champ jumped back into the water and I got to rescue him all over again! The next day, there was a pinecone in the pool and Champ wanted it.

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As I have mentioned before, I do a lot of traveling in the summer. Between June 3-10 I will be going to Florida. We are renting a house on St.George island. The house has a pool and a room to sleep outside at night. I really enjoy the beach. I could spend all day riding waves on the boogie board. I also enjoy shopping for souvenirs. This time will be different because we will bring our dog Champ! He loves the outdoors and running outside.

Sometime in July, we might visit our aunt and cousin in Chicago! Last year, my brothers and I took the train by ourselves. We planned on seeing our other cousin in Wisconsin but couldn’t because my mom had an asthma attack. We will try again this year. I look forward to riding the water taxi again!

And of course I am starting my new job at Nordstrom as a sales associate in the dress department.

Have a great summer!

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Goodbye Exams, Hello Summer!

by Lauren May 9, 2016

I just finished my last exam of the semester! I thought this would be a great opportunity to blog a little about summer and what I plan to do. I actually have a very long list of things I want to do this summer. It doubles as a to-do list and a bucket list. I’ve […]

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Leadership and Service Awards

by Taylor May 3, 2016

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the Leadership and Service Awards put on by the Student Government Association. Every year, SGA puts on a large banquet to honor Fontbonne students and staff and everything that they do for Fontbonne and the Community as a whole. They serve us a fancy dinner and […]

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finals week

by Patricia April 28, 2016

I am ready for this semester to be over. This time I had 3 group projects and 2 papers to write. On top of all that I have to study for 3 exams! Fortunately I do not have class this Friday and I am completely finished by next Friday. There is a raffle on Monday […]

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A Day In The Life of a Griffin

by Claire April 25, 2016

Fontbonne University is my home Monday through Thursday from August to May. I spend almost all of my week at Fontbonne in the grand scheme of things. Fontbonne is my second home, and I cannot imagine going to another university. I am going to tell you know about my typical day as a Griffin. 7am: […]

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Fontbonne Day

by Patricia April 25, 2016

Fontbonne Day was last Friday. It occurs one day a year when all of Fontbonne breaks up into groups and goes into various locations to do volunteer work. In the past I did not have a group to go with. This year however, I got inducted into ODK. It is the national honor society for […]

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Fontbonne Day

by Johnise McKinney April 25, 2016

  Fontbonne University is a great place to indulge in many different volunteer efforts and campus activities. Although it is my senior year here at the school, I have taken the opportunity to become involved in as many things as possible. Fontbonne Day is a day of service where students, faculty, and outside volunteers come […]

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