Saturday, February 02, 2008

Spring Break 2008 to Trump Spring Break 2007

February 1, 2008 - Attica, MI
- Jennie Holladay could not imagine it possible, but it looks like Spring Break '08 maybe even better than the one she had in '07. Holladay, along with her husband Bruce and graduate classmate, Karyn "KC" Coles will be traveling to Bratislava, Slovakia for Spring Break '08.

"I never thought anything could top my Cleveland trip with Olive - where I met G. Love for the first time - but it looks like Europe just might," Holladay told friends.

The three will depart Detroit, Michigan for a crazy weekend in Prague, Czech Republic before taking the train to Bratislava. In Bratislava, they will be working with local high school teacher, Doug Hart and his high school students to film their own version of Romeo & Juliet.

Hart has high expectations from the trio.
Hart said, "I and my kids are very excited about your trip over here! They now have a firm deadline and their level of confidence in pulling this thing off has risen."

The group plans to not only work hard, but have a lot of fun. The source of that fun is still questionable. There are concerns on whether Coles will be able to tolerate an entire week traveling alone with the Holladays.

"I am not sure if I will be able to stand Bruce for that long, but I am sure Jennie and I will get along fine." Coles told sources.

The three have successfully traveled together in Europe last summer and over the New Year's Holiday with their "Rock Band" the "Skype Outs." However, during that time they were traveling with the rest of the 7:11 group. It is unclear if the band will be playing together this Spring Break in Europe, sources say one can never be quite sure.

The rest of the group was invited but it turns out that the state of Ohio does not believe in spring break.

"Do you people not work?" exclaimed lead singer of the Skype Outs and 7:11 member, Robert "Robear" Smith.

After five days in Bratislava the trio plans to spend a day or two in Vienna, Austria. Holladay says she will try to practice her German during her 40 minute commute to work each day. Previously she attempted to practice during the day, but due to her poor German skills and the fact that her students don't speak the language, the classroom made a poor place to practice.


Beach Bum said...

You crack me up! Love it! I'm still chuckling! Too funny!

Anonymous said...

My life officially blows.