I recently returned from my alma mater’s college Homecoming. It was a wonderful trip. Since FatherWinter and Superbug had a men’ retreat to attend, I decided to take Honeybee with me to enjoy her first #Greatest Homecoming on Earth aka #GHOE.
Now understand, I haven’t been to my alma mater’s homecoming in about three years. As much as Aggie Pride runs in my veins (not to mention my family) that seemed abysmal. I refused to allow that to happen again, so I had my riding partner (aka Honeybee) strapped in and we were ready to go!!! Once we arrived in sunny Greensboro, I had to let the mantra that has been that of all Aggies be known (See Above!). And then, I made sure my riding partner was sufficiently attired…
|Had to make a quick stop at the campus bookstore|
Afterwards, I decided to take a tour of the yard and see how much things had changed. Boy, had they ever. The small and outdated Student Health Center was now a sleek and highly advanced technological building wonder with a new look and new location.
|All shiny and new?! Where is the brick outlay?|
|This used to have a road directly through it and the dorm was in front of the light post|
That was fun and a great trip down memory lane. To continue it, I decided to take Honeybee on a walk along the same hallowed halls that her Mommy once trod. Can I tell you how much fun that was?! I even ran into one of my favorite professors and told her how I actually use the skills I learned in college–both professionally and personally. I’m so thankful to be an Aggie.
There were great memories in being a student here. I met some very great and wonderful people. I established some wonderful bonds and loved very hard while I was here. There is always something great about coming home.
After I got my fill of walking around campus and strolling down memory lane, I decided to take Honeybee and I to catch up with some dear friends of mine who still live in the city. I hadn’t seen them since my wedding, so we were well overdue to catch up!
|Evening night cap…|
|In her blue and gold. Future AGGIE!|
|Smiling for the camera!|
|A #GHOE must! Fried fish platter|
|You’re looking at 20+ years of friendship right here! Middle school to college. God is good!|
|She’s all about kisses for the camera.|
All in all, it was a wonderful trip. I enjoyed the friendship, loved the fellowship, and LOVED all the food. AND knocked off an item from our Fall Checklist!
Hopefully, next time I’ll be able to take Superbug with me. I’m sure he’ll enjoy it!
Here’s hoping you have a great evening. We’ll talk to you soon!