So, my first week of my senior year is officially over!!!!! I can honestly say that I am both extremely happy and extremely sad….. I don’t want to leave Trevecca, ever! But I also know that college cannot last forever. (Even though I’m done after only three years!) So here I am on my first day of kindergarten in 1998, and my first day of senior year of college, last week. It was my first first day of school, and then my last first day of school.
My classes are pretty tough, but my professors are great. It will be a hard semester so I’ll be studying a lot. But it’s also my last year, and I don’t want to be a lame hermit who stays in her apartment and studies all the time. I want to soak up as many sweet moments with my friends as possible, and go to lots and lots of events. (#YOLO). I am scared to death to think about what I will be doing with my life this time next year, out in the big and scary real world. But God is always faithful, yesterday, today and forever, and I know that won’t change, even when things around me are changing so much. I am thankful for that, and for my wonderful family that have supported me so much throughout my life, and over these past few years in college. I couldn’t survive without them.
So here’s to a new year. My last year of school. (Til grad school!) I pray that all of you, whether a freshman in high school, or a senior in college, have an incredible school year, filled with learning, but just as much fun. I foresee hundreds of cups of coffee and a dozen all-nighters in my near future.
I just decided this is one of my verses for the school year:
“Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.” 1 Timothy 4:12 (NLT)