What a week! As I write this morning, I have that wonderful feeling that someone was hitting you with a baseball bat all night and you didn’t even know it. Keep in mind I tend to over-exaggerate, but still, I can tell that I’m exhausted. Let me say now; sleep is a great start to feeling happy on a physical level! But despite the lack of rest, I have been very happy this week. We are currently in the process of Rush and while the days are long, (we usually don’t go to bed until 2:00 am) I have loved welcoming over 800 girls into our home the past week.
You may have noticed that I was unable to work on a Sunny Set goal this week but here is a goal: to have a phenomenal, charming, and sweet pledge class. We have two more days of recruitment left, and in that time I am trying to share my genuine happiness with as many girls as possible. I hope that these incoming members can see how strong our sisterhood in Chi Omega is and how happy and blessed I feel to be a part of it.
So what happened this week at the Sunny Side Up?
My mom graduated from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute. The ceremony was beautiful and I was interviewed on WebTV to share my experience. You go, mom!
While Rush is a day and night process, I also began school. I am taking sociology, anthropology, and philosophy; all of which are prerequisites for the psychology and communications majors. Reading already!
Writing continues and I love every minute of it. I wake up every morning looking forward to making a blog post and writing the book. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.
I’d like to especially thank Maia Berens, one of our very own Fairy Godmothers. To read more about her story, you can go here.
Next week at the Sunny Side Up!
Rush will be complete and we will have a pledge class of 40-50 new girls. I am so excited to meet them all and welcome them into our sisterhood. Looking forward to getting Facebook back!
I’ll have much more time to write as school gets back into swing. I try to write an hour every day so that I keep making continual progress.
I’m looking for more ways to get involved at UCLA. I definitely want to sign up for a dance class, but I’m looking for more community service projects to help with.