Mommy #2 and I left really early and hit the commute time roads. That was a challenge. I cannot believe how many cars there are on the road at that time in the morning. It is a parking lot!!!
We had some good tunes on the radio so it was actually a very comfortable trip to campus.
We finally made it and I was so happy to see Mommy #1. She had class so we immediately headed over for Bus 1. That is a class where she is learning all of the basic concepts of business. Later on she will start learning the more specific way these concepts are used. It was a very interesting class and the professor . . . that is what teachers in college are called . . . let me sit at the very front of the class.
The rest of the day was free, sort of. College Student Mommy had to work for a few hours so her DORM mates watched me. It was fun getting to know these new people.
|I have arrived MY PEOPLE|
|SO, About this homework thing. . .|
|Explain again what the ALT key does|
|These DORM beds are so HIGH and kinda comfy|
Those college kids sure pack a lot into their little rooms. I had a lot of fun sniffing out everything and looking for ORBS of food that may have fallen (I found none). And some of the college kids even took time out to PLAY with me.
Dogs are not REALLY allowed in the rooms, though, so my time indoors was minimal. Instead we went to the STUDENT UNION where peeps meet up and chat about esoteric things. . . that is a college word I learned during my day as a college student.
The student union is also where the CAFETERIA is located and so we also made sure to grab some lunch.
The University (Santa Clara University - Go Broncos!!) is such a lovely campus that we took the scenic route to classes. This is the fountain at the main entrance to campus. In the background is Mission Santa Clara, one of the missions founded by Fr. Junipero Serra. The church is at the center of everything on campus - and even if you are not Catholic (as we are not) you grow to appreciate the Jesuit community.
It wouldn't be UNIVERSITY if there weren't some COLLEGE shenanigans. I found myself caught up in a trip to SAFEWAY. . . a grocery store. . . I still can't say how we got away with this. After all, I am pretty sure PUGS fall under the "No Dogs Allowed" rule.
Then it was time to head home. I would have loved to spend the night but SCU has a very strict NO PETS policy and you know me . . . I am all about following the rules. But I have to say I DO feel a little bit smarter having attended college. And I am so so happy to have spent time with my COLLEGE STUDENT MOMMY. It was a long day and I . . .
Think I am Ready to . . .