Last Sunday I had gone to my church here in Farmville. As I was sitting there looking around I had noticed the college students in parish, especially one the ones that were around me and I knew personally. I had noticed that all the Hampden Sydeny guys sat together in the same row and the the Longwood girls sat in a different row but together too. I thought it was weird how even though we knew each other like we are all brothers and sisters we all separated ourselves by sex. As the mass continued my priest went ahead and preached about the Gospel. When we was preaching about it he had talked about how he grew up and the ways that his mother bought up him and his siblings. He told all us that his mother taught the boys how to cook and sew while the girls learned how to mow the lawn.
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