This last few weeks have been a whirlwind. I’ll try to compress it into 250 words–get yer mouse ready:
My institution welcomed the student body back to campus. I forgot how exciting campus is when students are back.
Here’s my boss’, boss’, boss snapchatting back stage while I am presenting on stage. #screenshotted
I survived Orientation. Barely.
In the midst of the craziness that was Orientation, I was on the phone with a car dealer and the bank to buy a car. Newsflash: If you buy in car in Texas instead of Northern Virginia, you save about $10,000. Yep.
I bought a car. Good bye, Bertha.
Momma Higg and my Aunt Susie drove from Texas to bring me the car.
I placed the two most important stickers anyone can put on their vehicle.
I need to name my car. Help? Suggestions are appreciated.
We explored Fredericksburg for a few days.
I love Momma Higg so much.
GAMEDAY WAS ON SATURDAY AND I COULDN’T BREATHE I WAS SO EXCITED.
I spent the day in DC and then in Woodbridge where two and a half of my favorite Aggies live–Lori, Eric, and 3-year-old Erika.
One of my favorite traditions at Texas A&M? You kiss your date after every score. Newsflash: I didn’t have a date. Lori helped me with text messages.
And Erika fist-bumped me every score.
Then Erika and I took a few selfies.
“Gig ’em Aggies!”
“Be Miley Cyrus!”
Then we watched the Hokies put a good effort into beating Bama.
Overall, it was a successful week and I can smell fall already.