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  • (School Houses) Gryffindor: Harry\'s house; named for Godric Gryffindor, a Hogwarts founder; Professor McGonagall is head of house; Gryffindors are known for being brave; colors are scarlet and gold; mascot is a lion.

  • A building used as a school, esp. in a small community or village

  • One-room schools were commonplace throughout rural portions of various countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Opera House Inside

Opera House Inside

I read a lot about how beautiful the State opera house in Budapest was and thought it would be fun to actually go to the opera. The tickets didn't seem to be working out though. Since we're here over winter holidays there are lots of breaks in performances, but at the last minute some tickets became avaliable...better tickets than we could ordinarily afford, but, well, ya know, whatever. So we went to see La Boheme.

Our seats were shockingly good, though Josh and I couldn't sit together (found each other without a problem at intermission though). We were a little spazzed about not being well dressed enough to go the opera, but when an Aussie girl passed me on her way to a front row seat dressed in a Ramones "Rock and Roll High School" t-shirt and jean skirt, I knew everything was going to be ok. Actually, there was a wide range of dress: lots of amazing Euro fashions, shlubby tourists, etc.

The opera sets were so amazingly real. One scene, set outdoors, had trees reaching up beyond view and stretching back so far it looked like a city square. They had fake snow coming down and a perfect blue/gray light--it looked so cold that I wanted to scream at the soprano--"you, yeah you with the consumption, get inside! This weather will kill you," which, of course, it did, but she didn't go without an aria first.

365 - Day 102 = Gator Boys

365 - Day 102 = Gator Boys

From left to right: Eric, Dave, Joe, Bill and moi. We were all freshman together at UF and have remained friends since. We get together at least once a year to hang out, play cards and in the fall, draft our fantasy football teams. There are 4 others that couldn't make this gathering. Joe and Bill happened to be in town for business from seperate parts of the country and the other three of us live in SFL.

Dave was killing us with his quick ability to reference how old we all are in respect to events that have happened in our lives compared to historical events. Like, From the day we started UF until now is a longer period of time than when we we started UF and Kennedy took office. Ugh! I wasn't born then. Does it still count?

More Facts:
I played the trumpet in Jr High, High School and college. I was a total band geek. Marching band Rocked! It also allowed me to do a lot of traveling and go places I would have never gone.
Favorite bands: U2, REM, Pearl Jam, STP, Beatles, Who, Stones, Mayer, Foo Fighters, Rage Against the Machine, Johnny Cash, Moby, Moon Farm., etc.

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