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So I wanted to do another blog since I miss writing about ASC and about what I do for fun.

So Since I have been back home I started to work at Rio Rancho Meats cutting meat moved out of my house into my aunties house since she has a bedroom open there away from everybody so I basicly have half the house to myself along with a pool that i can swim in whenever i want, grill the same thing and come and go as a I please so its basicly having my own place and I am paying her 100 a month in rent so it works.  I also got fired for fighting one of my coworkers so I am currently looking for a new job.  My laptop also doesn’t work anymore the motherboard is fried so once I get a new job I’ll get me one.  At the moment im at my grandpa’s using his.  Also as many of my readers know I am transfering to a Community college in the fall let me tell you not the smartest thing some times because not all of your credits transfer only 12 credits did out of about 30 credits so it sucks.  And all of the classes I took for business did not transfer which is not fun either!!!  Anyways I just wanted to give you a rundown on what has happend so far in the 2.5 weeks i have been home so far.

Your native New Mexican,

Anthony Santillanes

PS.  if you want to find me on face book go right on ahead i’ll add you!

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Alright so Friday I leave for Albuquerque to go back home till I get my Associates At the community college I am going too.  I’m going to be sad to leave because I love it here so much, but my family comes first when they need something I will do it to the best of my ability.   I want to give a couple shout outs to professors, staff and a club.  So first of all there is Michelle Romero who allows me to blog for the school so if you want to blog go talk to her!  She is our blogging mamma and will always help us with anything she is amazing and I will miss her. Shirley who is the campus minister who has been there for me when I needed someone to talk to or just someone to sit down and chat with in between classes. she is also amazing,  Dr. Linda Reid she is my advisor, professor and my friend.  She is amazing person who I know for a fact I’m going to stay talking too on facebook since she’s my friend on there.  Last but not least I want to give a shut out to GAB and all my friends I made while in GAB they are amazing people who you can hang out with and also a smokers case smoke a cigarette with before events, before meetings, after meetings before classes anything there all great people to be around.   As this week comes to an end and finals are ending its going to be rough leaving but you know what I will be here to visit whenever I can.  If you want to stay in touch with me or have any questions you can send me an email at santillanesaa@aol.com.  I’ll me more then happy to talk to any one.

Wish everyone best in college and in life and thank you for reading my blogs this year.

Anthony Santillanes

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So me being the nice grandson I am and since I lived with my Grandpa my whole life.  I decided to call him and see what is going on back at home and to let him now how I’m doing.  First time I have talked to him since Easter weekend.  First thing he asked when I was on the phone with him was if I was going to be transfering to the University of New Mexico(UNM) or CNM which is a community college, They are both located in Albuquerque.  I didn’t go to either one of those colleges because I wanted to be away from home for a year’s. I know he misses me and all since I was like his son  but seriously He know’s why I chose to come here over UNM and CNM.  I prefer being out here then down at home.    My Grandpa is amazing though, he is such a smart ass all the time and is always having a good time no matter what.  I do miss him but I do not miss being in ABQ its too hot for me and too close to home where I can go if I need something. Its better being away from home and to be more independent then you can being that close to home where you can run if trouble comes about.   ASC is an amazing school and Alamosa is a great place to be I think!

Have a Grizzly Great day!

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So tonight I was randomly graced with my “parents”  My friends parents that I call mom and dad and they consider me a son.  Anyways,  I was just hanging out last night when I get an IM on facebook from my “mom” and asked me what time I get out of class on fridays and I told them and I got back “GREAT, Me and Dad are driving through from pueblo do you want to get dinner?” being the college student I am, I took up the offer since its a free meal.  It was really random for me because we never even talked since May until my “mom” found me here on facebook 2 weeks ago.  It  was a good little visit that i very much needed.

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So this past weekend I went home and spent some time with my family, not really any friends unless you count me helping out my YM with the living stations, which is the stations of the cross but teens in the confirmation program do.  I was a part of it 2 years ago; it was a lot of fun for me! Anyways I hung out with my family the whole time besides the time I was at parish.  I was very grateful that I was able to see my new “nephew” Donavan.  He’s really my cousin’s baby but since I’m 19 years older than him, and he’s going to be my Godson, I’m uncle Anthony or Tio Anthony whichever my cousin gets him to call me. That was one of the things that made my weekend.  The other thing that made my weekend at home was seeing my Goddaughter Angelina.  I was literally asleep on the couch around 7am and my cousin and her walked into my house because she wanted to see my grandpa(she didn’t know i was in town), but I  literally woke up right when I heard her voice and was all “is that Angelina?” and it was, so I jumped up half of sleep full of joy to see her.  I saw her later that day when I went to my auntie’s for lunch on Easter also to see baby Donavan, he is so adorable.  well that was my amazing weekend with my family/church.  There will be pics up really soon!

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