- Embrace the wind or plan not to wear a dress or skirt
- Carry an umbrella with you no matter how lovely the day may be looking at the moment
- Country music will either make you or break you
- English is mainly spoken so for those who know another language, make sure you have someone you get to speak your additional language so you will not start forgetting that language
- Rain and the road do not get along, the roads will flood if there is rain so make sure you have a pair of rain boots or shoes that you are not afraid to get wet and another pair of socks
- When you feel like it is safe to put away your winter clothes, do not put your winter clothes away
- My college town is very flat so tornadoes can be a possible threat so always listen to directions if there happens to be one nearby
- Just because it was warm during the day does not guarantee a warm night, carry a sweater around with you
- My college town is indeed a college town for the fact that you mostly find my college merchandise or emblem dominating most stores
- Mostly everybody I have met has different shade of blue or green eyes and are lovely people
My college town's weather is quite different from my hometown given the fact that I am used temperatures peaking 100 degrees Fahrenheit, hot wind blowing, sandstorms, and little rain. I am just surprised that without even leaving the state, temperatures could differ among cities. And the in between tips of the atmosphere is there to give more a perspective of how the people are like. Which in all, my college town is decent and full of life which I enjoy and appreciate to have chosen to live there during my college semesters.
How's the weather like near you?