If you’re out there, and you’re reading this, I hope you’re thinking about the things I’m saying.  And if you are, I’d like to know.  So utilize the “comment” option at the bottom of each post.  Or, if you’re too shy to make it public, you can email me at andyjgraham1@gmail.com.  I’d love to hear what you have to say.


2 Responses to “Comment”


  1. 1 Eddie Winnewisser
    October 9, 2007 at 12:02 am

    For four years I intermittently visited the bubble of APU. Then literally everyone I knew at APU graduated while I am here in San Luis still going to school. I thought to myself, what the hell is up with those APU students?

    I remember the feeling I had at both graduations i attended at APU. Sadness. I thoroughly enjoyed the 5 and a half hour drive down to Azusa and the 3 hour drive back. I liked running into Andy at chapel and saying hey like it was a regular occurence. I liked all the crazy crap there was to do down there, as opposed to up here where you either taste wine or surf. I am going to miss walking through campus and getting treated like I’m a student…handed a weekly planner and feeling that cougar pride…filling out a fake chapel attendance card…never paying a parking ticket. As I saw each person i knew walk down the aisle and shake hands and crap, I felt like I was the last student getting left behind at APU. Then I realized I don’t go there. What a relief.

    So now I have to move on from the APU life. Yes, I know a very small portion of my life was spent at APU, but I don’t think you know how big those memories are for me. Going back there, I think I would feel very out of place, cold, and a little scared.

    Soon I will be in the position Andy was in looking for a job. Man that is going to suck. I know exactly what he means by the whole plenty of jobs available but none that are desireable. I’m afraid my resume is going to be inadequate. Maybe I should enjoy college while it lasts? I don’t know…a full time job is looking pretty good right now as I’m in the middle of a senior project, exams, and presentations as well as the everyday reading and homework, on top of the part-time job I actually get paid to do. Oh and the male modeling.

    I’m ready for a change. 4 years of college is just about enough I’d say. And I didn’t even go to the same one the whole time. Maybe that just means I haven’t become attached to any particular school. I became attached to APU, though. It’s a hard one to let go for me. But Andy’s right, change is good.

    I have a filing cabinet at home. And i must say, it is pleasurable.

    By the way, Andy, I too have never broken a bone. My only emergency room trip was for my finger, which I cut with a chisel. Two stitches. I had surgery on my knee once, but now I can’t play soccer the way I used to. And guess what, I still feel dangerous. Okay, not quite, but still.

    Bull riding is a pretty tough sport, but I would rather ride a bull than get interviewed for a job. I’m a weird guy though, so maybe that comment is completely irrelevant to everyone else.

    I still have my mini fridge from freshman year. I keep V8 and frozen burritos in it.

  2. September 10, 2009 at 7:11 am

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.


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