Living in a dorm, as we all know, has its drawbacks, but it really can be a wonderful place to temporarily reside. Case in point: NC State University.
Sitting on trash cans with the twins…
this re-enactment is WAY cuter than the original.
Discovering sweet, surprising notes from precious suitemates : )
After M borrowed my hair dryer
Discovering sweet, surprising notes from precious Bradley : )
And oatmeal, no less…he’s good.
Heaven on earth.
Eating Junior Mints from my Educational Psychology professor for perfect attendance.
Oh happy day.
…I promise I do more than eat.
I made this for Bradley for Christmas!
Returning to school after Christmas break to find Lean Pockets literally frozen over…
Playing Mario Cart in Bradley and Christian’s room.
Reading good books.
Figuring out how to use cheap vacuums (speaking of cheap vacuums…)
Studying/struggling to apply Jesus’ Word.
Discovering just how disgusting the water is…
Lord knows what those black things are…PTL for my Brita.
Still looking for that thing, Laura.
When did conversation hearts become so hip, self-centered, and aggressive?
Early morning runs.
emphasis on the "run"--not on the "early".
except when the font on our self-made study guides is too small to read...
Not pictured: So. Much. Laughter. It’s great. Small group meetings (by far my favorite thing about my dorm room), March Madness, movie nights, letting my artistic suitemates do whatever they want with my hair (& loving it), actually studying, dancing (& lots of it), delirium, sleepovers, light-hearted conversations, deep discussions, agreements and disagreements, encouragement, tears, hurt, forgiveness and grace.
Grateful for the place God has me. He is in all and through all—I pray I continually let Him into all corners.
I am excited about NOT living in a dorm next year, however, to live with these three wonderfully fun, humbly gifted, absolutely beautiful girls who love Jesus:
taken yesterday : )