1000 Wells

Written on February 06th, 2007 by Shawn Anthony

Yep. I’m in seminary! This is rich. One would think folk at seminary would be busy working on the big metaphysical questions that have preoccupied humanity’s greatest thinkers from the beginning of time. The seminary outsider might even drive past the campus and suppose we are a group of uber-pious individuals who are tearing apart and reconstructing deep theological constructs. Well, maybe. Sometimes. More likely than not, however, we are busy doing the sort of real-life stuff that is described in this campus-wide email that was just sent out by the seminary’s awesome administrative assistant: “Professor [name removed]’s office guardian, Kermit the Frog, has disappeared. Does anyone know the whereabouts of Kermit? (No, he didn’t run off with Miss Piggy. She’s over at F&M, majoring in Drama, and we already checked with her). Seriously, [name removed]’s office door looks very lonely without Kermit and she’d like him back. Thank you! [Seminary Administrative Assistant’s Name Removed].” That’s awesome.

2 Responses to “Kermit the Frog and Other Big Questions”

  1. Personally that is a little disappointing. Olivia liked to walk down that Hallway and start conversations with Kermit. Without him no one would talk to her on campus ;P.


  2. LOL! Who in the world would steal a Kermit the frog?!? Maybe someone just misplaced him? Let’s hope so.


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