Hello Friends and Family,
I’m in Michigan until June 16!!!
My last week of classes ended smoothly and final exams went well. I was able to graduate Summa Cum Laude (yea I’m bragging 🙂 I’m very excited :))!
My mom and dad came down to Lynchburg to come get me. We had quite the adventure. On Saturday after graduation, my dad and I went to pick up the u-haul, only the original location of the uhaul had changed two months before (unbeknownst to me!). My dad and I ended up going to downtown Lynchburg to pick up the trailer. We had fun. 🙂 Loaded the trailer, had lunch at my friend Angela’s house (we ate those life-altering-ribs I mentioned in a previous email) and hit the road :).
My brother wouldn’t let me share his graduation party (and call it my college graduation party!), but I still had fun visiting with everyone that came to his party :).
I have a few more open houses to go to and two weddings before I move to Florida.
At this point I’m planning on starting distance learning classes at LU this fall. I’ll try one class for the fall semester and see how I feel about it, before I make the decision to take any more classes.
My mom had surgery, it went well, I’m her care giver this week 🙂 Chief cook and bottle washer, as well as maid, but that’s part of being a family member. 🙂
The rest of my time will include: spending time with the siblings, catching up on life, shopping, driving and any other fun activities.
It looks like we will be moving while I’m at home!! Learning how to live on a lake will be a fun new adventure. Hopefully, I’ll get some time on the wave runners before I move :).
Surprise: I’ve been doing a lot of reading these past two weeks. As well as watching movies. I finally read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. I LOVED IT!!! I’m ready to start the next one. I’m currently working my way through an autobiography on a Korean Christian who faced persecution by Japanese, The Man in the Iron Mask by Dumas, and the book of Luke in the Bible. I’ve read the two latest by Lori Wick (I was really behind) and Dee Henderson’s latest. I also read an odd biography called Harriet Beecher Stowe Had a Husband, it was stories about 5 Christian couples.
I finally saw the movie Braveheart, except for a few scenes, and the fact that I fast-forwarded through the grotesque violence, I LOVED IT! Bravery, courage, freedom, passion, fighting for a cause, a small romance, a non-happily-ever-after story, WOW!
I’ve also been catching up on TV shows, I haven’t missed much, but I am enjoying the new commercials 🙂
If you are in GR as well, I’d love to get together with you for coffee, dessert, lunch, shopping, brunch, basically any excuse to talk, catch up and visit. Send me an email or give me a call 🙂