For the short time I’ve been here I keep feeling like I’m in “life rehab”- learning how to navigate the transition from college student to “real” adult. Obviously I knew everything in highschool so I didn’t listen when my mom tried to teach me and I was too busy having fun to learn this kind of stuff in college :). (Sorry Mom! Sorry Shawn&Candi! ha)
I kind of feel like this is my 2nd freshman year. My freshman year at ASU pretty much all I did was try new things and cry a lot- all while having outrageous amounts of fun. I’m excited to have a fresh start in disciplining my life in order to be the best I can be for the campus. There are lots of details/emotions in this that are still being processed…
The nice thing about being in this weird transitional place is that I have lots of support. I get to live with the wise&awesome Lori. Lori does all sorts of things for West Coast Chi Alpha/regular Chi Alpha/a million other things & has been at this campus ministry game for a little while. As if she wasn’t great enough (which trust me- she is), she also comes with 2 bonuses:
1)Family that lives near by! It’s so nice to be around a family when you’re away from yours! Oh and it doesn’t hurt that her mom makes AWESOME Greek food&coffee or that her niece shares my love for Justin Beiber.
2) Her living room is a revolving door of awesome. She has cool& fun friends from all over the place that stop by bringing wisdom and coffee!
that’s all for now. i would love to hear from you too!