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Louisiana Tech, I love thee.

Day 3 of The Thankful Project is to talk about a place that you're thankful for. I had a few ideas when I first read this prompt, but one stood out to me above all of the others, so I'm pretty excited to write about it.
The place that I'm most thankful for is Louisiana Tech University {how bout them dawgs!}.
Tech was the only school that I applied to. Other than the University of South Carolina, it was really the only school that I wanted to go to. I knew I was going to stay in Louisiana, and there was no way I was going to go to LSU, so I applied to Tech, got accepted early, and I'm eternally grateful!

Tech holds some of the fondest and greatest memories that I've ever created. At least once a week, I think about college, and get a little sad because I miss it so much. People always tell me, "you can go back," but obviously it wouldn't be the same!
My graduation brick.
I don't think people understand how in love I am with my school. A lot of students that go to college don't have the spirit. They're just going to college for the education part, which is great, but getting involved on campus is really what made my college experience what it was.

I first joined Union Board at the beginning of my sophomore year. I made a lot of new friends, a few in which I'm still in contact with today. Union Board is what helped me discover my passion for event planning, which is what I really want to do with my life. 
I also got the privilege of being an Orientation Student Leader {#547!}. I can't even describe to y'all how amazing being an OSL was. This is what really ignited my love for my university. Numerous memories. Lots of secrets. Unbreakable bonds. I love my 15 BFFLs. 
(c) Donny Crowe
Of course y'all have heard a lot about my college friends, but just in case you're not tired of them yet, they really are what made my college experience extra special. My Tech Fam are the people that I'll always think of when I think about college. I'm lucky enough to still be in contact with each of them via the traveling journal and of course with phone calls, texts, ridiculous amounts of social media, and reunions!
(c) Grace Moore of MoorePhotography
And duh, Tech is where I met the love of my life.
LA Tech holds some of the memories that are nearest and dearest to my heart. I'm so thankful that I chose the best university ever.
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  1. Your university looks GREAT ! All these moments will stay forever , bright in your memory :')

  2. You guys got graduation bricks!! So fun. Jealous. Also, the guy on the first row - far left, pink shirt. He is handsome.

  3. This is awesome! I went to Penn State and I feel the same way about my college experience - I had (have!) so much pride and school spirit! And it looks like such a pretty campus!

  4. So cute! Glad you have so much school pride. BTW... LOVE LOVE LOVE the blog makeover! Did you do that yourself?!

  5. I live in LA but have never seen the Tech campus. Looks like a fun place to learn!

    Buzzing With Mrs. McClain

  6. Wow! American schools look so great and friendly! This looks like a fab place to study, and c'mon, you must have amazing weather too! :D

  7. I love the union board at my school (U of Illinois) they plan the best events and seem to always have awesome speakers. Im glad you loved your school so much! and the brick is really cool lol

  8. Union Board was one of my favorite college experiences! I'm so glad I was able to be a part of it. It was so much fun! I definitely had so much passion for my school. I love it so much. Anytime I see someone wearing a Tech shirt, I want to go to talk to them. I love my brick! I was so excited to get it.

  9. I feel the same way about my college experience! I'm so grateful that DU is the place I ended up. <3 Lovely to read this!

    La Vie en Zoe

  10. I'm glad you enjoyed it! College was such a fun time in my life. I miss it!


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