Then off to college at SRU - my roommate & dorm mates at good ol' North Hall. The one & only all girls dorm on campus. Though I didn't spend much time there the first month or two, opting to spend most of my time in Founders (co-ed), I ended up making friendships I still have to this day & filled a void of missing my sisters.
My roommate - Sam
Then I rented a room in a house full of boys (COMPLETELY false advertising on the landlord's end). I learned a lot about tolerance & (never having brothers) how DIRTY boys can be! The best part was living an alley (& a railroad tie) away from the Rugby House.
Scott & Casey
Then, off to Keister Apts on the other end of campus. Two of the sisters Kelley were reunited once again, along with Meg & Kyleen. We ate lots of rice cakes & peanut butter & drank beer like it was free. It was a constant party. Ironically, this was my best year academically. Which was definitely due, in part, to Chris becoming a big part of my life. It was during this time that we got engaged & I decided to move to Atlanta.
Ky, MegT & Shan
Ky - 606 Q
Which somehow has all led to my current roommate - my husband! I think we have gone through the whole spectrum of issues & compromising. I used to believe the only (& best) way to do something was my way. I've, albeit slowly, learned there is more than one way to do most things & he doesn't intentionally fold my socks wrong. :)
circa 2005 - our first date