Basketball season is in full swing.
My little sister Brittany is a member of the team, and I enjoyed going to her
game against Stillman. Judson lost the game, but they played well from my
prospective. I know that it is frustrating to lose games, but I know that the
team will improve as the season progresses. The team did extremely well at a tournament
at Atlanta Christian at the beginning of the month. Hopefully the girls will
gain some momentum with a win against Concordia on Dec. 1st.
I am excited that Tennis season
will begin in January. We have hit the ball around a little this month, and I
can’t wait for practice to begin. I wrote a few weeks ago about my foot injury
and as of now it is not completely healed. I hope to be back in good shape by
the first of the year.
This semester seems to be flying by
quickly. I am not going to lie it has been extremely busy and very difficult.
This week we had Thanksgiving break! I looked forward to a break from school
work all month. I enjoyed my time off and my time with my family. I meant to do
more school work over the break, but I did work a lot during my time at home. A
Judson Alum goes to my home church, and she asked me if I wanted to work over
the break. Of course, as a college student, I need the money so I said “YES!” I
got to work quite a bit towards the beginning of the week.
On Thursday, I cooked a Thanksgiving
meal along with my mom and my grandmother. I had so much fun hanging out with
my family. I went to my dad’s house on Friday after a bit of Black Friday shopping,
and before I knew it my break was over.
It is amazing how time flies. Today, I drove
to Greenville to pick up my roommate so that we could head back to Judson. As I
drove down highway 5, I could not help but get excited as I crossed over the
Perry County line. It is funny how when we are leaving Judson for a break or
for the weekend we get excited because
we get to get out of Marion for a few days, yet on the way back in we get so
excited to return. I am sure that it is totally normal for college students to
want to get away from school work but to want to spend time with their friends.
HaHa I wonder if we could talk the world into letting those between the ages of
18 and 22 spend time with their friends rather than doing “work.”
of “work,” I need to get to the assignments that I neglected while on break.
Finals are in two weeks! YIKES! I’ll let you know how that
For the love of Mother Judson, Anne Kirtley, and Sandra Fowler!