Only good and great things happen in CB’s parking lot at the end of the day. Though spending 30 minutes in the CB parking lot trying to leave after a long school day, students don’t realize CB traffic is more of blessing than anything else. Some would describe the wait as “eternal” or “never-ending”, but […]
Though spending 30 minutes in the CB parking lot trying to leave after a long school day, students don’t realize CB traffic is more of blessing than anything else. Some would describe the wait as “eternal” or “never-ending”, but they do not understand the true benefits of being boxed into your spot after a long day.
Mislead by the huge inconvenience of getting out of the parking lot, the time allotted is perfect for sitting in your car and contemplating life.
“There is no other thing I would rather do right now then just sit in my car and reflect on my long day at school,” says Joe Geibel (’16).
Exactly, Joe. What else would you want to be doing after a long day of schoolwork? Nothing but sitting in a confined space.
“This is a time to be alive,” says Tommy Payne (’16) after sitting in his car for 40 minutes in the parking lot in total and utter bliss.
Enhanced by the new and innovative ideas freshman parents bring to the after school experience, our time to reflect and contemplate on a gregarious day at school is even longer. Freshman parents know that we value that time of rest and reflection and have decided to help extend that time by parking behind your car ensuring maximum time to think back to that riveting lecture you enjoyed only hours ago.
This is the time I live for and I think I can speak on behalf of all my fellow Falcons when I say that after school traffic is the best thing that has happened to CB.