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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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Welcome Back!

by Taylor on February 15, 2016

in Career Paths,Extracurricular

Hey guys! It’s been a great 2016 so far, and I am excited to be one of Fontbonne’s newest student bloggers. Here’s the basics you should know about me. My name’s Taylor, and I’m a junior here at Fontbonne. I’m majoring in dietetics and minoring in chemistry, and hoping to get into med school after graduation so that I can work in sports medicine, specifically with tennis players. I’m a triplet from from a little town called Ozark, about 4 hours southwest of St. Louis. My brother goes to school in San Francisco, and my sister in Kansas, so we are kind of all over the place right now. Originally, I chose Fontbonne because of their amazing dietetics program, and I thought that I would play tennis here. The tennis thing never happened, and I changed my mind about what career I wanted my sophomore year, but Fontbonne still ended up being the perfect fit for me.

During my 3 years here, I have had the opportunity to be involved on campus in pretty significant ways, whether through my current campus job of being a resident assistant, or through the various organizations I am a part of, including ODK, SAFCS, and Fontbonne ResLife. This place keeps me busy, and I feel like there is always something cool going on here.

The best part about Fontbonne for me would have to be the people. I have managed to find some really spectacular friends here that have kept me going and made me excited about life, and every semester I meet more people here that impact me in different and cool ways. My best friends are people that I really had nothing in common with before I got here, but who have managed to become some of my favorite people in my life.

I hope you guys are having a great 2016 so far, and I can’t wait to share more with you!

 

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Hello Future and Current Fonties!!

I wanted to let you know a little bit about myself! I wrote for this blog last semester and it was a great experience that I wanted to try again.

I am 18 years old, 19 in April. I am from a family of 6, a mom and a dad, two older brothers and a twin sister.

IMG_2744 (These are my siblings Sophie, Sam, and Alex, my oldest brother’s fiance Jaclyn, and my other brother’s girlfriend, Jessica)

I am the proud owner of a puggle named Gus.

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I went to high school at St. Dominic High School in O’Fallon, MO and I live in Saint Peters, MO.

IMG_1161(Some of my friends and I at graduation last May)

I am a second semester freshman at Fontbonne. My major is fashion merchandising and I am considering adding another major or maybe a minor, so let me know if you have an suggestions.

I have always enjoyed writing and with the stressful life of a full-time college student and working after school, I do not always have the time to write, so this blog gives me a chance!

Why I am Proud to be a Griffin?

I am proud to be a Griffin because of a multitude of reasons. Fontbonne’s strong Catholic roots and excellent academic and athletic programs encouraged me to find my home away from home at Fontbonne University. From the friendly faculty and staff, to the familiar faces around campus, Fontbonne made me feel at home the day I stepped onto campus. With the small class sizes and willing faculty, Fontbonne made my transition from high school to college smoother than I could have ever imagined, with the help of the amazing admission team, WING Leaders, and Griffin 101 leaders. I am proud to be a Griffin because of the high moral standards and overall expectations that everyone is expected to meet once they have been accepted into Fontbonne. The community and it’s outpouring of love is another reason I fell in love with being a Griffin. I could not imagine my collegiate experiences being something other than a Fontbonne University Griffin!

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XOXO,

Claire

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Christmas

by Patricia December 7, 2015

After my exams, I will start celebrating Christmas! I will start hanging decorations on my porch and I will hang up both Christmas trees. We have a green one and a white one. I will also bake cookies. This year I am going to make a yule tide cake. I will make sugar cookies, wreath […]

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Thanksgiving Aftermath

by Patricia December 7, 2015

Visiting my grandma for Thanksgiving was fun! On Wednesday when we got a hotel, the lady at the desk saw that we had 5 people and gave us a free upgrade. We got a suite with 2 bedrooms. On Thanksgiving we watched the Macy’s parade in new York  and I got to go swimming. Then […]

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Things to be Thankful For!

by Alumni Posts November 30, 2015

Being near the holidays, here’s a list of some of the few things I am thankful for this year: 1. Good friends 2. Supportive family 3. A paying job 4. Having one more semester of undergrad!! 5. A roof over my head 6. Netflix 7. Food on the table 8. Being in good health 9. […]

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A Time To Be Thankful

by Fontbonne University November 23, 2015

Thanksgiving is literally only a few days away, and it feels like time has flown since the beginning of the semester. Out in the stores it looks more like Christmas, which I’ve always found a little sad. Thanksgiving should be celebrated with just as much fanfare. To me, Thanksgiving has always been mostly about family. […]

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Thanksgiving

by Patricia November 20, 2015

I am very excited for Thanksgiving. I will be visiting my grandma in Indianapolis! She is 91 and we are taking her to her friend’s house. I don’t like anything but turkey, biscuits and desserts! Every time I visit my grandma I take video of her and post it on Facebook. It usually gets over […]

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A Little About Valerie

by Fontbonne University September 22, 2015

Hey there! As you should know by now, my name is Valerie Amerlan. I am a returning sophomore here at Fontbonne University. I love being social and interacting with others, however I am much better at this in person, rather than blogging. But I am also up for new things, so I thought why not give […]

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