Feels SO GOOD to be on the road again!

Howdy y’all!

Well, another month has come and gone in the life of this LC, and SO much has happened.  Some may think January is a pretty boring month, but in Sigma Kappa land there’s way too much to be excited about for it to ever be boring!  We had a CRAZY snowstorm in South Carolina of all places, there are new officers stepping into their leadership roles, formal and informal spring recruitments, brand new chapters starting up, and a few surprises thrown in along the way…

And because I’m such a visual person, here are the pictures!  Enjoy!

Do not adjust your screen, that IS snow in Clemson, SC! The women of Kappa Pi enjoyed two snow days - pretty rare for these parts!
A friend we made at UWG, his name is Capo and he's an Italian Mastiff. ADORABLE despite the drool 🙂
What a gorgeous display table - it helped attract some fabulous women who are now members of the colony at the University of West Georgia!
Heather posing with her flashy new ride! Reminds me of Lisa Frank...
A beautiful "Welcome" banner at the Epsilon Alpha Chapter at Lenior-Rhyne University.
Don't worry, I got out alive!
Dove love to the Epsilon Alphas!
EA's wonderful SK quilt!
What tea party is complete without the White Queen, Alice, the Red Queen and the Mad Hatter?
For the "Alice in Wonderland" theme, some adorable little cups. Tea anyone?
Welcome to the fabulous Sigma Kappa at Radford University!
Delta Psi members ready to ice some cupcakes...for a cause!
Delta Psi's Round 3 Banner for "Sig Kap and the City." I LOVE this quote (and the movie)!
A Delta Psi's license plate sharing the SK love! I MIGHT have to do this for my car now.
And here's the first pair of letters I've bought myself since 2007, picked out with help from Ms. Heather Milton! Love me some Vera Bradley 🙂
SK Semi
On the trip leaving Radford, we saw a lavender semi with maroon writing on it! Honk honk!

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