It’s been WAY too long since either of us updated this lovely blog. So as a means of saving our site from its certain perpetual demise, I am going to sacrifice my valuable 401 studying time to write a post of epic proportions, not seen on this side of the Mississippi in near o’er a decade…
Or it could be really lame…
Part Un: Interlochen
I figured I should give a brief overview of my summer spent in Interlochen, Michigan:
It was hot as H-E-Double hockey sticks. I didn’t sleep. I worked my butt off. And I loved every moment of being WYSO’s librarian.
Ok so here are the things I DONT miss from Interlochen:
1. The impossible amount of work.
2. Numbering Measures.
3. The shmexy uniform.
4. The food that made you question the very definition of “food”.
And last but certainly not least…
5. Finding out that not only did one of your junior choir boys eat the binding off of their choir folder, but that their maturity level would not increase substantially by the time they reached high school….case in point:
And now for the things I do miss:
6. Annnnnnnnnnd I miss my wagon…
Cost of daily life at Interlochen: Your sanity.
Amount of money spent at Hofbrau Pub to regain said sanity: $ P x 30,000 (Where P = your entire paycheck).
The moment you realize that the President of Interlochen was clearly the inspiration for the character Gru in “Despicable Me”…Priceless.
(part deux will follow soon)