I’m back! But only because it’s THAT time of year again. In fact, this will be the last time I ever write about this topic again.
After two months of non-stop schooling, God has graced us with a full-week to recover before going back at it again. Like all the spring breaks in the past, this one is going to be a special one as Caylin, Bria, and I head to Savannah, Georgia. Yes. Home.
This is especially nice for me because I haven’t been back home in like a year-and-a-half at this point. So being able to see my family and be on the beach and around the place I grew up is going to be a blast. It’ll also be interesting to look at Savannah through sort of a new pair of eyes. I’m now a senior in college, and although I loved my hometown to begin with because I grew up there, I always felt like a little hesitant about it. I felt like it was a place where I was just kind of stuck, and I didn’t know the world outside of it.
Yet, the more I think about it, there are tons of things that I do miss and love about my hometown, and I can’t wait to go back and experience them since it’s been a while.
BUT! We’re not going to be in Savannah, just yet.
This morning we’ll be headed to Lake Lanier to see Caylin’s family. We’ll spend today there, and then get up tomorrow morning to head to Savannah. And while we’re in Savannah, we’ll be spending half the week on Tybee Island (where my house is), and half the week at Bria’s house (where we’ll go be more in the downtown area of Savannah).
AND we’re not the only ones who are going to be at my house. My sister is bringing home her roommate and another friend with her, so we’ll have a PACKED house to say the least. It’s going to be fun, and super interesting how this will be pulled off, so I’ll keep updating.
Currently I’m sitting in our hall commons, waiting for Caylin and Bria. It sounds like we’re going to leave at any minute now, so I’m probably going to triple-check my luggage, and make sure I have everything.
Super excited for this break to officially begin! More to come later! 🙂