Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Before I Forget

Dadadadaaa! First real post! Anyway, I just wanted to take a second to appreciate some lovely ladies in my life.  I recently had the pleasure of being the VP of recruitment for UTC's Panhellenic.  This, my friends, was no easy task.  We got through it though, and it was very successful to say the least.  So, one of the best parts of disaffiliating from your sorority is the traditional "running out the door" back to your sorority.  For me, this was my 3rd time doing so.  I was a little nervous this time running back, because my pledge class is no longer in the chapter (seeing as they have all grown up, and I am still trying to be a kid). So, in my mind I thought my roommates, Chi O family, and maybe a select few would be at least a little excited to see me, but the rest could really take me, or leave me.  

Well, well, well... I just have to say that I have the absolute best friends/ sisters a girl could have! These sneaky ladies, (my pledge class) planned to come to "running out the doors", and wiggle their way up to the front right before I was about to run out.  As they were holding my banner up, I jumped up to see where I was going, and to my surprise, they were all standing there waiting for me.  Obviously, I started crying, but I will never forget that feeling of being so incredibly blessed with these women.  And like the pictures show, I ran out to these beautiful ladies, and it has never felt better.  
So, to these women, thank you so much for being the encouraging and inspiring women of character that you are. I am so blessed to have you all in my life.  This right here, is one of the many events I am so very thankful to have in my "victory lap".  Oh... and to that brat in the picture above, we got our second chance :) Love, love, love you all!

1 comment:

  1. What a cool tradition. Since I'm totally clueless about the whole Greek experience (just one item on a very loooong list of things I'm clueless about) it's fun to live vicariously through YOU.

    Congrats on the bloggy blog, lady!