2006-2007 Scholarship Winner – J. Harmon, Troy Univesity Dothan

OP Loftbed $500 Scholarship Award Logo The winner of the 2006-2007 OP Loftbed $500 Scholarship Award is J. Harmon. Our winner is a junior majoring in Elementary Education at Troy University in Dothan, AL. Her answers to the questions were as follows:

Imagine that you have just found out that you have 24 hours left to live. Tell us what you plan to do in your last day on earth. I would buy all the Loftbeds that I could afford. Then I would tie them all together with pretty pink ribbon and attach 7 wheels to the bottom of my conglomerate Loftbed. I would go from town to town declaring that I am the Princess of Canada and that there will be a ban on canned corn. The reason being that when there is corn and a can and you put the corn in the can, I don't like that. And I would throw clam chowder at anyone who disobeyed my rule. But anyone who turned in a corn canner would get to take a ride on my conglomerate Loftbed whose name is George, who I leave to my brother.

Describe the best practical joke that you have ever pulled on someone or that someone else has pulled on you. I was dating a guy for only three days when he told me he loved me. He wrote me a sappy love poem and left it and a red rose on the windshield of my car. I decided that he was moving just a little too fast for me, but I didn't want to break up with him over the phone. So the next day at school, the first thing I did was tell him I didn't want to see him. He went the whole day thinking it was a joke. I guess I should have waited just one more day, because that day WAS April Fools Day.

Imagine that you have your own OP Loftbed in your dorm or bedroom. Tell us how it improves your life.My bedroom is a HUGE mess. If I had my own OP Loftbed in my room, it would help me to rise above my mess: literally. Not only would I be able to look down on my mess and see what kind of grossness I am, I would be the ruler over my mess. My name would be Queen Messica of College Ville. People would come to my Loftbed and bring chickens and banana peals and pencil shavings in honor of my mess and would ask me to help the neat freaks of the world to realize that they needed their own Loftbed, and I would bless them all with my candlestick.

About the 2006-2007 Scholarship:

We want to greatly thank all of our participants who made our fifrth scholarship such a success, and wish each and every one of them a most prosperous future. We began accepting applications for the 2006-2007 school year on February 11, 2006 and ceased accepting applications at Midnight Eastern Daylight Time on July 31, 2006. The decision of the judges is final.

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