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Returning home for the summer from OSU is a little rough. Nothing about this town is as entertaining as I remembered it. Most of my friends haven’t come home and the ones that did are working full time. My friends at OSU mostly stayed in Columbus and I frequently hear of adventures that I wish [...]
I’m glad that I’m a Marmon Valley Staffer, that is what I truly want to be And if I weren’t a Marmon Valley Staffer . . . bored is what I’d be!
First off, can we all just take a moment to appreciate the alliteration in the title of this post. Ok, moving on.
Birthdays are supposed to be fun right? Especially at this time in my life when there are so many exciting ones (16, 18, 21). However for the first time in my life my feelings are a bit murky about the birthday I’m approaching this Thursday.
This past weekend we made our halfway mark through summer staff training at Marmon Valley Farm. Over the weekend, we got to practice our skills with a camper group staying at the farm: Camp Hope.
This past week I’ve been home, I’ve been getting unpacked from my internship and packed for my summer job. I’ll be a counselor and riding instructor at a horse camp called Marmon Valley Farm – and its only an hour from Columbus and The Ohio State University!
Technically, it’s not officially summer.
To me, there is really nothing more exciting than the thought of an upcoming vacation. The promise of fun, relaxation and adventure is something I look forward to possibly even more than the actual vacation itself.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Even though I’m not taking May or summer classes, I have been pretty busy staying in Columbus. Right now, I work as a research assistant in a lab in the Nutrition department, so that keeps me pretty occupied. But, I’m also busy because of another experience.
I’ve never considered myself an entrepreneur despite majoring in business. My reason for wanting to head a personal business isn’t even money, but self-fulfillment.
Isn’t it the summer time when you’re supposed to chill by the pool, read a good book, or have a good old-fashioned cookout with family and friends? When school’s out and all your worries just melt away in the sun? Can someone show me the sun??
I’ve been having an exciting this summer preparing for my role in Evolution Theatre Company’s modern day production of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance. We have been working since mid-april and it opens tomorrow (!). Columbus has a vibrant theatre scene and I’m excited to perform with all of these talented actors.
I was finished with finals nearly 2 weeks ago, yet many of my friends have yet to arrive home. Consequently, I have had more free time in the past two weeks than I think I have ever had in my life.
Hey Y’all! I haven’t had a chance to share my photography on Buckeyes Blog very much, so today is the day!
In a previous post, I mentioned the numerous applications I filed for summer employment. Turns out, half have come through and I now find myself spending the majority of my days back on campus.
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