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When I began college as a fresh faced eighteen year old, I was excited to learn. I imagined late night study sessions, professors with tweed jackets and vast knowledge, intramural sports, and football games. I did not expect daily dining hall nacho bars, way too much time spent on the wrong boy, and tampon toothbrushes.
I knew I would come out of college a different person, but the experiences that impacted me the most were a surprise. Those four years taught me Econ, Psych, and Women’s Studies; but they also taught me the value of friendship, the importance of spare change, and the necessity of a bar name.
ABOUT AMY: Amy and her husband made two kids, a three year old girl and a five year old boy. She does not consider herself a housewife, as she owns no pearls and only one apron. Amy has been featured on BlogHer and Aiming Low, and is a contributor to the new released anthology, I Just Want To Pee Alone. You can find her laughing at the absurdity of parenting on Facebook and Twitter, and pinning things she’ll never do on Pinterest. She writes embarrassing stories about herself (and her family) at Funny Is Family.
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