Today, at USU it was A-Day. A-Day is when incoming students basically overtake campus, along with their parents. I had the lovely opportunity of giving campus tours to parents. At first, I felt very intimidated. It was my first time even doing a campus tour. Plus, it would be with parents. I knew they would have plenty of questions and concerns. . .more so than the students would be willing to show. But I actually LOVED spending time with the parents. I found myself enjoying all the questions and being able to give answers that put these nervous parents at ease. It was fun to watch as they grew excited and interested as we went throughout the tour and as I gave them certain bits of information. I absolutely love Utah State University. I feel like it doesn't always get enough credit from people. It is so rich in history and tradition. I love being able to pass my passion of this school on to others. Also, Brian and I made it on a poster displayed at A-Day. I was proud. I took a picture, but it turned out blurry on my phone. So here is the picture that made it on the poster:
Bronze skin. This tan of mine is the best souvenir Mexico gave me. Well, besides my fiance and my diamond ring of course.