I had my first one for the LEAD program next year! To refresh the memory, I will be a LEAD Seminar Peer Educator next year with the LEAD First Generation program on campus. I am surrounded by the most diverse, sincere, and supportive group of people I know. Only being one step under the head of LEAD, Erin, is going to be amazing and I wouldn’t want anyone else in charge. I am so blessed and honored to be a part of the family during my time here as a student, and already one year later have the highest honor of giving back to younger LEAD scholars.
I Added my own Final.
No really, I just decided I was going to take up ANOTHER project and be an actor for the directing class final. No, I wasn’t in the class whatsoever, but apparently the student’s final was to direct a scene. Duh. But! They needed actors so I spent my Wednesday and Thursday nights in rehearsal, and performed a pretty hilarious scene Friday afternoon! It was a good time to laugh and create something from the bottom up with my friends. It was a perfect way to end a crazy-hectic week of memorizing monologues and scenes for my acting final and writing 12 pages in another!
I’ve Been Shipped!
No, I did not buy a boat, no I did not get sent overseas, and no I’m not going on a crazy study abroad adventure (yet). But, our friend Squafam has officially made his return to the newsletters, and I believe he will continue to do so! As of February 13th, Christian and I are official! We may have been flirting and doing “couple-ish” things for a little while, but until 3am on February 10th, neither of us knew if the other one wanted to be more than friends, but we’re glad we both had the same answer. It’s a funny and cute story for sure! And yes, we are facebook official!
I Wished for Snow
I’m fairly open about my faith, so I might as well admit it now. I prayed for a white Christmas. I probably should have elaborated a bit more clearly as to how much snow I wanted but I guess I didn’t think that far. Obviously, my prayer got answered real fast. Be careful what you pray for, friends! It may have been three feet of frozen snow, but inside the delayed flights came a big miracle. I got an answer to a prayer that me and my family and friend have all been asking for since 7th grade. We gave up and assumed it was a mystery. But my dear friends: I have a diagnosis. Or two.