Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Where I Live

Looking back on my last few posts, I realize that rather than saying anything interesting about anything to anyone, they are more soliloquies intended for my own future reflection.  So if you have been reading and happen to be someone other than me, I apologize for the rambling chronicles of my weeks that I've been dumping on here without any real thought to an audience.


Anyhow, I took this photo today because a new weather front was moving in and the light looked really cool. This, in case you ever wondered, is where I live. It's slightly newer and has a different layout than the dorm I stayed in last semester, and having actually had the knowledge to make an informed decision this semester, I decided to move here.

When I took this picture, I had actually just got back from a run. I had been out jogging around Bryan Drive and I saw a great rainbow. I ran back to my room and grabbed my camera. By the time I got back out though, it had already faded away completely, so I had to be content with taking some pictures of the fall foliage around campus in the changing-weather-front light, which was still really cool looking.

5 comments:

Rebecca said...

Personally, I like your ramblings but that would be for obvious reasons. Thanks for the pic of where you live-I have been trying to remember what it looked like from when I was there last year. Much nicer than your first place there :)

Kelly said...

Oh, Woodlee :)
The rooms are pretty big, but it has a very distinct smell...
But I suppose that most boys' dorms do.

I think I'm spoiled by the townhouses. Do you like it over there?

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Halifirien Pilgrim said...

I think your campus is better kept than mine. *sigh*

About how big is your room?

Andrew said...

I don't know exactly what the square footage is. It's not that big though. We share a bathroom with the room next to us, which makes it seem a little bigger sort of.