|At an early football game. You can tell the one girl was not a student, as she is wearing a divided garment.|
|At a Christmas party in Illinois with Gould 202 girls|
|My sister Anna, Mary and me by our Christmas tree|
Another 202 girl was Heather Bailey. She had super long hair and at first I thought she was shy or something. But she was super smart and funny, and after she got to know me, we really had a good time. Heather and I had weird, rambling conversations while studying in the library. It was something like streams of consciousness -- which we were really into while studying Psych together. We had a great idea for a book of some sort which took place during World War II and contained all sorts of random things that fascinated us. She made "boy watching" quite the fun sport for us all, and was always ready to tell stories about whomever she had currently had a crush.
|Andrea tatted me that lace, and I framed it with pictures of us|
Isn't it amazing how the people you meet in college influence the kind of person you are becoming?