We were treated to lunch today with Grandma over at Concordia College. My mom who is 73 years old still works full time at the college that Rick and I both attended. Because of all the years she worked there prior to me attending, I was eligible for reduced tuition. There is no way I could have afforded a private liberal arts college without lots of financial help. And work study. I think of my college years and I can't help but think of work. Hence my fascination with the newly constructed Anderson Commons in the Knutson Center at the school. The former dining center was in the basement and very dark and old. The new center is light, big, modern and truly amazing. I am in awe every single time I step inside. Oh how much easier some of my jobs may have been!
The outside view walking from the bookstore.
It was really a treat having daddy come with us.
The Anderson Commons.
The stairs lead up to the new p.o. boxes where my neighbor across the street works.
Vegas buffet style sums it up good.
This was one of my most dreaded jobs. The ice cream "back in the day" was left in the frozen cooler until just before I got there. I'll never forget the weird muscle I got in my right forearm from scooping the ice cream.
Now this is what I call dessert!
And this is what I call one shy boy.
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