After each semester, I like to look back at the ups, the downs, and everything in between.
I spent a whole week singing, swaying, screaming, making small talk, lovin on Autism Speaks, and sharing Xi Love. We welcomed 62 amazing women home on Bid Day!
Philanthropy Day. Yes we wear aprons. Yes other chapters on campus do it too.
The first day of recruitment! Love these girls.
I watched another awesome season of Auburn football. We were by no means National Champions, but I’ll still always love my Tigers. WDE forever.
The first game of the season!
AU vs. Florida at the Chi Phi tailgate. We took so many funny pictures this game!
I spent Labor Day at the lake with some sisters and swam in the rain. We got to listen to stories from when Mama Moore was an Alpha Xi at Auburn way back when. So cool!
It is 100% raining in this picture if you can’t tell haha
I went through a rough break up, but found love and support in unexpected places, and for that I am thankful.
I became a Grandbig and welcomed my lovely grandlittle to the DaiXi (Daisy) family!
My cute family on the steps of Cater Hall after reveal!
I helped the Zeta Xi chapter of Alpha Xi Delta raise over $44,000 for Autism Speaks at our 2nd Annual Step It Up Auburn walk / run.
I served my final semester on the Executive Committee with 8 other awesome girls. I learned so many lessons here and honestly found why I was meant to be an AXiD.
PR VP, NMOC, and President after the Halloween social
All of us except for President and Membership VP who were off doing something important on the first day of Recruitment.
I celebrated an old friend’s 21st birthday at the Sundial in Atlanta!
I seriously love ATL at night time.
I finally started taking classes I care about since I am done with core classes and into my major classes! I’ve made friends in my major, which makes going to class really fun! Some of my professors weren’t my favorite… but I LOVED one that I had for 2 classes, so it all seemed to even out.
Some of my classmates… not in class haha
I turned 21! And made a weekend’s worth of bad decisions and had multiple shenanigans.
I made a few visits to Athens, GA. Got barked at by an obnoxious fan (still bitter… you are a human! stop that!) Almost ate at a place called Cozy Yum Yums, and explored downtown Athens until I couldn’t handle the hills anymore. Don’t worry I survived.
A bunch of sisters at a bar in Athens for the UGA/Auburn game!
I finally got to attend an Iron Bowl! Cross that off the Bucket List!
Check out the Drunk Mom behind us! LOVE!
I lost my sweet Grandparents right around finals time. I miss them every day but I am happy they are with each other.
I became close to friends I wasn’t close to before and closer to friends I was close to. I am so thankful for the amazing friends and sisters God has blessed me with. I would be lost without them.
Some best friends :)
These four live in the room across the hall from me and let me lay on their floor when I’m having a bad day. Wouldn’t be the same living there without them.
An old HS friend!
Good friends at our Halloween social.
More good friends on my Birthday
Pretty sisters in Athens
My tiny friends at the Iron Bowl
The most wonderful President there ever was. Couldn’t live on the hall without this girl either.
My little in the background… love.
This picture is hilariousness. At the Chi Phi house.
I honestly can’t believe I made it. The beginning of this semester was rough. My classes seemed harder, I lost my support system (BF), and I had some minor friend drama. It seems hard when your a Junior to make new friends and I struggled with that a lot too. But in the end, everything seemed to fall into place. I can’t believe I’m a Junior still. I only have 3 semesters left… what? When did we grow up? But it is exciting looking towards the future! All in all, this semester wasn’t too shabby :)