Heyyoo readers! My life has been pretty hectic lately, between classes, CRU, Res-Life, and all those others shambles that I always have going on. For example I found out that I need to get at least a 95 on a final in one of my classes to get a C, and it’s for my major. NOT COOL! But whatever, looks like I’m getting my ish together and getting an A on that exam! This should be fun. But besides that I have found that I’ve let my heart run off, and get a little crazy. I have found myself overloading my plate, and thinking it’s ok because I did it, FALSE! I have taken on these roles that are just ridiculous. It’s all pretty crazy so let me give you a quick run down!
So first off, it’s official I will be a freshmen women’s bible study leader next year! I’m so excited for this, because It’s something I wanted to do last year but The Lord obviously had other plans.I cannot wait to lead women to know and understand the Lord’s love, and how affectionate He is towards His daughters. I know it’s going to be awesome!
I will also be making my second appearance in Res-Life, and will be returning to Moffett Hall, and to say I’m excited is an understatement! I have a kick butt staff that will rock this campus. This past Sunday we had our awards banquet for Res-Life this last year, and I got the great joy of being recognized as the Outstanding Female RA of The Year. According to my staff and others around me my face was priceless. I had no idea that I had even been nominated, let alone win it! It was so exciting, in many ways I still second guess it because I don’t feel that I did very much, but I also always doubt myself. It’s pretty wild though to know that my efforts and love for my hall, residents, and Radford University in general really shined through. I have such a passion for this University and I can’t wait to see how that plays out in the next two years!
Along with my win, one of my amazing Co-Workers, Jordyn, won Outstanding Male RA of the Year, and most supportive staff member. My other co-worker, Leah, won Outstanding Programmer of the Year, and Best Door Decorations. Maddie won “Most Likely to be a Dean”, whatever that means, ha! My building as a whole also won program of the year. It’s so exciting to see how much we’ve all accomplished in the last year. our hard work really paid off!
It’s been a pretty incredible year, and I’m glad it’s not done yet! Next year will be even more amazing, and I know that The Lord will continue to build me up into the woman that He longs for me to be. Well, that’s it, but enjoy these pictures from this past weekend!