The definitive blog for "those people" who were in Smith in "those years." Keep up with which Collins Smith Grounders and where they are since graduation.
I think I'm the only one. I still like it, though.
Then that would make me the only other one. It's like e-mailing each other in public!
I read it! I keep saying to myself 'I will write a post when I get a job' but that obviously hasn't happened yet. Maybe I will have to give up waiting for that and just write an update anyway, since it's almost been a year since my last post. Hmmm.
Do it! And by "do it" I mean get a job and post, or at least post.
It is sort of like a public email. I like it, though.Sara. Ditto what Thom said.
we should rename it the chicago blog
This blog and the Farmer's Almanac are pretty much all that I read. I miss yous.
Anyone know who this Lauren Summer clown is? With a last name like Summer, it sounds like some hippie who would probably work on a commune and get high off weed and life all the time.
I miss me some Weinberg!
Ouch, Waple. Give me a little bit of credit. Nope, not a stoner. Nope, don't live on a commune. I work outside from dawn til dusk growing and harvesting vegetables. A hippie? Maybe. A hard-working farmer with calluses on her hands and dirt under her nails? Yes. Do I have to remind you of who helped to revive Andrew Maple? Exactly.
Whew, just missed the deadline. Typical. then again, I do have the whole starting two businesses and a new "day" job excuse...
Palmer, where is your post to update us?Lauren, you need to provide us with even more details too! Farmers rule!
Lauren, I hate to break it to you, but Andrew Maple didn't last very long... maybe a few days. But I'm sure you made those last few days very nice for him.I thought you DID live on a commune, if not now, then at some point. Am I totally mistaken?
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