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Friday, November 12, 2010

November Madness: Roxy to Join the USC Trojans in the PAC 10?

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With Monday's tip off of the NCAA men's basketball season and  London and Maddie's basketball evaluations for the Mendham recreational league coming up on Saturday, Roxy's thoughts have officially turned from beach to basketball.  With an undergrad degree from Syracuse, my college background was never short on hoops, but next time around I'm going to get my fair share of sunshine by attending school somewhere warmer...say, sunny southern California?

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Although Roxy is ready to move to sunny California, London and Maddie sure do like their friends here in the Roxiticus Valley even if they have to put up with a little bit of snow.  The good news is that I can become a part of the elite USC Trojan Family through an accelerated program I can complete in as little as 12 months, without ever leaving my chair (and computer) by the fire.  When it warms up in the spring, I can take part in field-based experiences right here in my local area.  I bet London and Maddie can't wait to see their mom student-teaching at Mendham Township Elementary School!

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