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Alabama Comfort


Thursday, Apr 19, 2007 from Vestavia Hills, Alabama

Alabama, here I am! Another state, more “strangers” I’ve never met, and some great hospitality. It starts with a great dish of spaghetti and sweet tea (which I am completely addicted to). The following morning I woke up to a couple dozen fresh muffins, chocolate and apple cinnamon. Things are off to a good start.

This strop is a represented by a couple girls from Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Greek and sorority life was something I never learned too much about while at Michigan State, so I’ll be learning a lot about another aspect of college life. If I’m lucky I might even get to attend their formal on Friday night. Good thing I have my dress clothes.

Well folks, I’ve got some news for you, at least it was news to me. Birmingham is Tree City. As I climbed to the top of the Vulcan tower I looked around shocked by all the trees. I was blown away by the bright green and rolling hills. The trees are endless! Frankly I just had no idea. It truly is Tree City and one of the greenest places I have seen, and green trees means comfort.

Blog Date Posted: Apr 19, 2007 | 202 words | comments 2 Comments
Comment by Jenna
From Clanton, AL

Just wait till you see the peach city. ;-)Good meeting you tonight! Can't wait to show you around on Friday... in "Clantn, Alubamu!"

Comment by Sarah
From Vernon, AL

O yay! I'm so glad you are staying with Lauren!! I will definitely meet you Friday night at our Spring Party! You'll love AOII!! Glad you are enjoying your stay!!