|Fetch me my tricorn hat! I need a meal!|
He entertained me nearly the whole ride with a recitation of what he's been up to for those 2 weeks, aided by the journal he's been keeping of his daily activities. Wonder where he got THAT from? (my Mom, I think. Seriously. She writes down a short encapsulation of what goes on day to day on a desktop calendar. It's a good idea.) The school handed out some pocket-sized notebooks and it appears that they are just the right size for noting 'things' in during the day and through the night. So, he read through the book, adding bits and pieces throughout his narrative, until we reached today.
The LONGEST part?
Describing everything you can get to eat in the cafeteria. Holy moly! I thought that my college eating experience was good (and it was! Thanks JMU!), but his is yards and yards better. SO glad we got the super-sized swiper plan so that I can go try this whole thing out sometime. Because, hey, when your kid tells you he's eating stuffed flounder of roast beef and mashed potatoes, you KNOW he's eating better than you most times.
Also, there's something about a double-chocolate macademia nut cookie that I hear is to die for.
I also like that he took himself for a walk to the Arboreturm, 'just for something to do,'
and was enthusiastic about it. That's my boy.
I think it's going to all work out, friends. I really think it will.