There is a LOT going on with me lately. I bought a new laptop (yea!), decided I’m not renewing my lease but will hopefully be staying in Davis Square(currently debating the pros and cons of getting a studio apartment vs. living with a roommate), will be leaving for Las Vegas on Thursday morning to attend Jon and Steph’s wedding, have run a couple of road races and am thinking about doing more later this year, and bought two gorgeous dresses on sale at Lord & Taylor (seriously, I was really happy about that!).
The most awesome thing of the last couple of weeks, though, was my five-year college reunion. That deserves a proper post of its own, which I’ll get to soon. For now, though, I’m just going to dedicate my Song of the Moment to it.
At BC orientation before freshman year, everyone is given a yellow “Superfan” shirt to wear to sporting events. This helps create a noticeable student section at games, and on the back, each shirt has a phrase that reflects your year of graduation. They’re things like “Go Eagles,” “Eagles on the Warpath,” “Always Believe in BC,” “Take It to the Heights,” etc. Our class had the best one, though—“Fly Like an Eagle.”
At the second night of the reunion, we had a big class party in the Mods (senior townhouse dorms) with a DJ, and Erin wanted the DJ to play “Fly Like an Eagle.” Unfortunately, he didn’t, so here it is as the Song of the Moment.
Runner-up: “Living On a Prayer,” which they did play. I have never been to a BC party where “Living On a Prayer” wasn’t playing.