…to me! Today I turn 21, but I don’t really feel any different. I’m not any more mature and I didn’t sprout up a couple inches overnight, not such a big deal really. The super awesome seal party last week was though! Wednesday, last week, my big sister threw a party on the school seal in Jewett (what we call a ‘seal party’) for my twin and my birthdays (I refer to my Judson big sister and Judson twin sister).
She made the cutest cupcake cakes for my twin and me. It’s too bad I don’t have any photos of them, but you’ll have to take my word for it, they were adorable (and tasty too!). We had tons of fun running around the bottom floors of Jewett competing to complete a scavenger hunt.
Anyways, back to today. Whenever a student has a birthday here at Judson College, the senior class sings happy birthday to them, usually at lunch, and today was no exception. I have to say I prefer singing to people rather than being sung to. It is nice to have your friends and classmates all singing and smiling and wishing you success.
Yesterday Cat and I took a walk around campus looking for some artistic inspiration. She brought her sketchbook and I grabbed my camera. We went around Bean Hall, where the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame is housed and the rose arbor. I know I’ve probably said it before, but I really love this campus, in a non-cheesy and very sincere way. Every time I go out with my camera I find something new to capture in my lens - whether it be a pretty flower, gorgeous clouds, a building at an angle I’ve never noticed before, or the texture of old bricks.
I do not love mosquitoes though. Take my word for it, if you’re going to go out near dusk in Alabama, bring some bug spray and wear pants. You’d think I’d know better being from Florida.