A Day In the Life of Bob
Bob Van Allen is not only a beloved teacher but could compete for the most interesting man in the world. He...
- Loves sharing his stories from Columbia.
- Owns about 100,000 bees.
- Wears a bee suit when collecting their honey.
- Speaks almost four languages.
- Loves salt and orders different flavors of it, and drinks about 6 Pelegrino’s a day.
All this to say, you will always be surprised when hearing about a day in the life of Bob.
5:00 AM: Wakes up for the day
6:00 AM: Eats a lovely breakfast of lemon-flavored salt with a Pellegrino Sparkling Water.
6:30 AM: Drives to school listening to philosophical, audiobooks.
8:00 AM: Teaches Spanish. He shares about his time in Columbia and gives students tips on how to drive as Columbian buses drive. He also shares one of his favorite tribal recipes: smoked grub worms.
11:00 AM: Excels in the Homecoming Faculty vs. Student, volleyball game.
11:30 AM: Coughs during class and repeatedly has to pop his rib back into place.
11:45 AM: Drinks another Pelegrino.
12:30 PM: Teaches Worldview and impresses his students with all that he knows. Answers every impossible question.
4:30 PM: Gets home and works with his 100,000 bees by teaching them Greek and Hebrew (he also collects their honey).
5:00 PM: Enjoys a nice snack of Hot Pepper Salt and another Pelegrino.
6:00 PM: Beats his son-in-law in Monster Hunter and Zelda.
8:00 PM: Goes to the gun range with his wife. Both he and his wife hit the target unbelievably, without fail.
9:00 PM: Settles down after a good day, proud of all that he has accomplished, until he remembers that he forgot to go to the academic awards and present as the Worldview Department Head.