Judging from the reactions of other students, the dog visit is something they all cherish. If you can manage it, take your dogs for a visit.
It has been a rough Spring for the Tillner girls … or rather, the Tillner girls mother. You see, I fell on February 23, and broke my ankle. Yes, I broke my ankle. Four weeks in a hard cast, three weeks in a boot … joy, joy. Now, let me tell you who felt the brunt of this injury. Lane, my 21 year old daughter who is a junior at Millsaps, that’s who.
This is our role as a parent of a college age daughter or son: To encourage, to inspire and to process.
The holidays are over and it’s time to reflect back on the past semester. Hard to believe that Ruthie has finished her first semester at Union University and Lane is entering the second semester of her junior year. I am not sure I am ready for all this talk about grad school, the GRE and graduating from college. It’s already in my planner…
Though, I’m no longer blogging for SororityParents.com on a regular basis, I just wanted to share with my readers how proud I am as a Panhellenic parent. My daughter Emily was elected Panhellenic President at Appalachian State University! Here is the article in the paper and a picture we took at her installation. Thanks for letting Read the Rest…
November is typically the month that sorority women hold their elections for leadership in their chapter. Because a sorority chapter can be made up of many qualified and capable leaders it can be a sensitive time for your daughter if she has a desire to invest in and make a difference in her sorority in Read the Rest…
True words, right? This semester for my two girls is just flying. And wow, it’s just been go, go, go. I spent the first weekend in October at Union University with Ruthie at Fall Family Weekend. So much fun meeting her Zeta sisters and being there for the big sis reveal.
The National Panhellenic Conference invited George Starks to share his son’s story with parents, as we know that hazing continues to be a danger on college campuses.
Gone is the day when you received a roommate “pot luck”. I remember reading my roomate’s name for the first time on the door, when I walked up to my new home in the dorm.
Now for the growing up part. Maddy’s first week of classes was off to a good start when on Tuesday, she was notified by friends from home that one of their classmates had passed away unexpectedly.
So my oldest daughter is starting her junior year this week and my youngest is starting her freshman year in college. And I wonder to myself … where did all the time go and where did all the stuff come from?
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