A day spent with my little

One of the best parts of college is that I am a big. What this means is that in my sorority, Kappa Delta, I am a big sister. I took on my little, Libby, and had a big/little reveal week where I decorated her room each day depending on the theme with out her knowing who I was. Then at the end of the week we did a big/little reveal where she found out I was her big. It was one of the best weeks ever and I couldn’t be more honored to be Libby’s big.

As I studied abroad last semester and Libby is doing a co-op for her engineering degree this semester I don’t get to see her as often. So when I do get to see her it is more than exciting! Yesterday Libby drove back from St. Louis and we spent all of Saturday together. It was so needed and a lot of fun. They say the bond between a big and a little is very special and never forgotten and I know that is how Libby and I’s bond will always be!

Along with explaining how much I love being a big I thought I’d give y’all a little insight into our day so you could know what there is to do around campus. So Libby and I started our day in the Oregon District having lunch at Lily’s Bistro and had some not only amazing food but also some outstanding coffee (which is very much priority for me). After that we drove half an hour to John Bryan State Park where we hiked for an hour and a half. It was such a beautiful day for a hike!

Not only is being a big one of the best things that has happened to me in college, but also the fact that just 10 minutes away there is amazing food and fun along with half an hour away a beautiful state park to go hiking in. So don’t worry you won’t ever have to feel trapped at UD, there is always somewhere you can go to get off campus, you just have to find a friend with a car or if you have a car find a friend to bring in your car!

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