Well Family and Friends…
This is my last email AS a college senior… my May update will be as a college graduate! Whoop-whoop!
I can hardly believe how time has flown… Guess that’s what happens when you skip a year. Silly me…
This past month has been full and exciting!
I volunteered at a Soup Kitchen in downtown Lynchburg, and it was a neat experience(!), both the people who worked there and those who came to eat were fascinating. I met a girl from Germany named Jessica, she was here with a group of students to study religion and Christianity in America. If you remember her in your prayers I’d appreciate it, she is unsaved and has a lot of head knowledge now about Christianity but seemed to have no desire to know Christ.
April 22 was the Junior/Senior Banquet here at LU. It’s our alternative to a formal dance. It was fun, they did a mock “tonight show” and I looked really pretty because my roomie did my hair, nails and make-up.
On the 13th I went to a Seder which is the Passover feast Jews celebrate. It was beautiful/humbling/inspiring to worship Christ in a different way by partaking in that ceremony.
I celebrated Easter weekend with my friend Angela and her family, I had some life-altering-ribs.
Babysitting: I started babysitting for another family, two boys, they are absolutely adorable. I could kidnap them, except for the fact that I have no way of supporting them, and I couldn’t take them from a healthy home life!
Thesis- IT IS FINISHED!!! 38 pages, Impact of Premarital Preparation Programs. I’m so excited. It’s my “graduating with honors” requirement, so now I get to wear a big medal at graduation.
Classes- I gave two 45 min presentations about Deindividuation (mob mentality, trading individual identity for a social identity). Basically I’m done until exam week, I have an exam each day at sporadic times so that’ll be fun!
I’m looking forward to coming home!!! Seeing family and friends, playing on the lake… by golly if it’s not warm I’m wearing a wet suit!
I’m so excited about this next phase of my life. A little nostalgia has set in about no longer being a kid, but I’ll get over it when reality hits.
I’ve been reading through proverbs and Matthew in my quiet times. I love watching Jesus interact with people and the way he ministered to each person individually. Something that struck me in Mathew last night was the way the crowds wanted physical healing but weren’t in search of a savior for their souls.
I can’t think of anything else to share at this moment… see some of you soon!