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Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006 from Boise, Idaho
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 | 321 words | 0 Comments
During the last couple months I’ve been asking people to pick a few university’s that would be great for me to visit on the trip to represent college life. A week ago I knew nothing about Boise State University. I would have never imagined staying with students at BSU. But it’s one of the greatest things that has happened and I don’t think it could get any better. However, just when you think things don’t get better, they do! So I can’t wait.
I have two handfuls of new best friends. At least that’s the way I look at it. This crew has taken me in and showed me an adventure of a lifetime. They have been real and true to me. They are true to themselves.
There is a stereotype about college students that any kind of crazy fun they have has to involve alcohol. This group throws that idea out the door! And it’s amazing to see it in action how much fun they have. Sure they drink, not because they need to drink to have fun. As for Teddy and his brothers they have never drank. And they are the craziest and most fun people you could ever be around. I’m happy to see this group throw that stereotype out the door.
Last night it was Teddy, Joey, Brady, Cole, Kristy, Nancy and Myself. We were all crammed into the living room on the couch, the floor, making ourselves comfortable. It started with a few rounds of going around in the circle playing word association. And then story time came, where Teddy turned off the music, turned off all the lights, and made us laugh until our stomachs were soar. And that was it, one of the best, most pure times.
It has been four full days in Boise now and I’ve bonded with the crew. I would love to roll with them forever. Never a dull moment.