On this Friday (fun day!) we shall give you a sampling of some recent scenes taken at Seminary.
Yes, we do all work hard during the week, but we also look forward to Friday, when we are privileged to enjoy our special lunches (grilled brats, etc.), with special guests (such as Prof. Gritter’s mother from Redlands, CA) – and sometimes special birthdays – like that of our Singaporean student’s (Josiah Tan) wife, Hui Qi (or “HQ”, as we more easily and affectionately like to call her).
The Tans also enjoy playing some ping-pong against each other. Can’t imagine. 🙂 We hope Josiah goes easy on his expecting wife (November)!
Speaking of ping-pong, have you seen the new upgrades to the backstop this year? The students of the past have used assorted pieces of cardboard and wood to keep the ball from going into unwanted areas, but this year’s group has taken it to a whole new level. Hope they informed their wives about these sheets.
And finally, while you are accustomed to seeing deer and wild turkeys on Seminary hill, you may not be used to seeing foxes. We aren’t either. But recently one mangy one (maybe literally!) was wandering behind the building at coffeetime (look carefully in the lower corner in the shade – it’s the best shot I could get!).
And to this I can now add a few Fall pictures – not peak yet but still some good colors around.
Have a great Friday!
O, and Go Cubbies! One more win at Wrigley and we are in the World Series! Now, that will be historic. 🙂