I stumbled across some of your writing and was kind of thrilled to learn that you also graduated from my alma mater. As such, I had to leave you a comment to say hello and compliment your work. I have to say, it's heartening to know that there's someone else in this little bit of the world who's writing. I'm wishing you the best and will be looking at some of your other work.
Another MSU grad? Excellent!Thank you so much for dropping by my blog, as well as for your extraordinarily kind words. I love meeting people from this area. Did you graduate recently? Maybe I shared a class with you. :)
I graduated in '08 from the English Ed program, so I suppose anything's possible! I also worked at Barnes and Noble until I moved back to my hometown last year, so I feel like we've probably crossed paths in one way or another. Sort of a serendipitous feeling, you know? One of those things when you just HAVE to say something.
I graduated in December of '08. If you worked at B&N, we definitely crossed paths. I know someone else who used to work there; his name was Chuck, and we shared several religious courses. He's a hoot and a half, but something tells me you already know that.Until recently, I worked at Empire Bank. Maybe I saw you there, too. LOL
Chuck left BN not long after I started, but we worked together long enough that I definitely know what you mean.Now, of course, I'm singing "It's a Small World" in my head...
Very small world indeed!
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