i know this is probably embarrassing for me to post this on here, but i want to encourage you with what you are doing with your life! i know you had some hard decisions, but i am so proud of you! i want you to know that i look up to you. you are one of the strongest people i know, and who you are has changed my life. i’m so grateful to you, and who you’ve been to me the past 5 years (wow has it been that long since the terrible english class?) i don’t think i could have had a better friend. i miss you so much, and i can’t wait to see what the Lord is going to do through you with the international students.
"for you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. but don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love."-Galatians 5:13
ps please just take that match.com profile down (or at least change the picture to this one!)
a great start to the muddy buddy at 6 am. (after staying up til 1…whoops) already late and getting gas. also, not the right directions, so luckily we found some other cars with bikes to follow! (thanks alot garmin)
when we finally made it, we had some trouble getting the wheel on the bike because i didn’t listen well enough to cyn’s directions…(yes at first the handlebars were turned the wrong way) and no one could help us except the maintenance man
he also had to help sarah learn how to loosen her helmet straps.
this bike caused us so many problems. including the seat getting stuck sideways the entire time. which is actually pretty funny.