Yes, the rumors are true.... >_> The Birdcage is moving to Tumblr. I decided to check out Tumblr and it's simpler format and I like it. I hope that you'll follow me there. The Birdcage name might be changing; I'll keep you posted. Thanks for following me on Blogspot and I hope that you enjoyed reading about my life & walk with Jesus! God bless you!!
December 31, 2011
It's done. I can't believe it. I can truly say that I'm a graduate of Purdue University!!! :D God has blessed me as a first-generation graduate for my family, and I am so thankful for this journey. It's been a long, hard 5 and a half years at Purdue. Yes, 5 and a half. That's like 11 semesters!! (I'll explain in a moment. ) I have been waiting for this moment since Spring 2010 with such anticipation that I've nearly fallen off my seat 8 or 9 times (metaphorically speaking). Let's go back and look at the timeline.
December 30, 2011
For the 3-year anniversary of God forever changing my life, here is an entry is from before I began my blog. It was important to add. Please, enjoy.
The trip itself was a blur to me. 16 hours in a 2 15-passenger vans with those same 20 people whose names I couldn't remember, some taco bell stops later we arrived in Dallas. We stayed with one of the guy's parents in their beautiful home. It was 70 degrees, beautiful night out with a star-filled sky above us. We drove the 4 hours the next day to Galveston Island. Hurricane Ike had taken its toll on the state. It was in just as bad a state as Louisiana & Mississippi after Katrina. We lived in the same guy's grandparents' beach houses. The houses had filled with water but survived the terror of the storm. The furniture replaced, we stayed in a sometimes-hot, sometimes-freezing beach house, but it was beautiful waking up to the sunrise every day and walking the beach at night in the sunset. Never thought a mission trip could be so much fun!