Time is flying by and it is hard to believe that this semester is almost over. This semester has been a whirlwind. I have been to 12 states, gone to 14 campuses and made over 19 chapter visits. Traveling has become my friend this semester and I have realized just how much I love to see the vast country we live in.
For those of you who don’t know there are three jobs you can do as a leadership consultant: you can serve as a new chapter consultant, a traveling consultant and a colony consultant. So far in my LC journey I have been able to check two of these off of my list. Well now it’s time for phase 3. Time to check off being a colony consultant. I am moving to the Hoosier state and taking on Indiana University with Morgan.
Phase 3 is exciting but it also means an end to phase 2. It means I have to break-up with my suitcase. A suitcase that has been there for me all semester. I have tried to decide what to name my suitcase but nothing has stuck. A suitcase that was always a little too close to the 50 pound weight limit. My suitcase has been my home this semester, and I’m sad that we are going to have to part ways.
The end of phase 2 also means the end of my airport time. It might sound crazy to some of you but I have grown to truly enjoy my time in the airport. It has become a norm for me and I will miss the time I get in the many airports I have been to across the country.
Phase 2 meant I got to explore many places, meet new people and cross some states off my bucket list. But phase 3 also means a lot to me. I am overjoyed to have the opportunity to start a chapter of Sigma Kappa. To explore Bloomington, IN and all it has to offer. To bring the sorority experience to new women and see Sigma Kappa change their life, just like it did for me.
Phase 3 I am ready for you and I cannot wait for January.