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My Room

September 4, 2009

Well this semester sure started fast. Not only am I busy with the classes and Liturgy Coordinator position I mentioned in an earlier post, but my class is hard at work on the annual “New Seminarian Party,” which is our job. It’s just to give a more comprehensive introduction since we don’t have many opportunities to really figure out what makes everyone tick. The party is in two weeks and we have a lot of work to do, but its a lot of fun.

Since people like to know the type of accomodations we have inthe seminary I took a few pictures of my room… before I mess it up too bad. I should point out a few things. Yes, this is a brand new dorm room.  I didn’t plan on bringing two computers down but I never had the opportunity to transfer all my files onto my laptop before I left, so I had to haul it down.Dorm room 001
Here is another angle.  Yes, that is my very own bathroom in the corner of the room.  I decided not to include a picture because I thought that would be very creepy.Dorm room 002
I have a lot more books on my shelves now that I do in this picture.  I just hadn’t hauled all of them out of storage at the time this was taken.Dorm room 003
This is the view from my window.  If I didn’t have that tree right in front my room would probably be about 15-20 degrees hotter.  The other end of the hall is miserable right now.Dorm room 004

Lastly, this is the space above my desk with some important reminders of why I’m here.  An icon of our Lady and the Lord, a picture of my family and a picture of some of my friends.

Dorm room 006

That should do it.  I’ve got a busy weekend, so hopefully I’ll have a post up about my plans soon.  But I’ve gotta finish some work if my plans are going to come true, so I’ll see you later.

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3 comments

  1. Thanks for posting the photos of your room.
    I’m going to show them to Zachary, and tell him he can’t go to seminary unless he can keep his room that clean!
    (kidding)
    We’re praying for you,
    Bridget


  2. When you said “before I mess it up too bad” that reminded me of the time in college when you paid your roomate to clean your room and Jess and I concluded that you were more lazy than you were cheap. Ha ha! Sorry, just a random comment.


  3. It was always so refreshing and exciting to start a new school year! I am happy to see that you are organized and ready to jump in! Best of luck to you in this next year!

    We think about you often and you are in our prayers! God Bless you Bryan!

    The Glover Family



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