In the style of my friend Chelcie, I decided to make a list of a few things that have gone down in the life of Jennifer Campbell.
This was, by far, my favorite picture of the night. My seester and my new teammate at Webb. They owned that dance floor, as you can tell. Thankful for my friends at “the Tim” who hosted this super fun fling. I will never, ever turn down a dance party. My new wedges were also thankful for another reason to dress up. Jessie and I also learned that being camera girl at things like this are really fun. No one else is taking pictures, so yours are gold–hence the millions of notifications on Facebook.
Small Group Over-Night
Dinner at Lakeside + Oreos and Milk + Spontaneity with L-Clev + Sleepover at Meggie’s lakehouse = W.O.N.D.E.R.F.U.L
Beyond thankful for these girls that point me to the Truth.
Cinco de Mayo / Graduation Shindig.
In my head, the invitation read as such: “This one goes out to all you people that never had a graduation party. This one’s for YOU!” It was indeed a very fun night. Complete with stick-on mustaches and lots of dips to go with our chips. This particular picture is my favorite because it occurred in delirium after the party ended. Jessie is twirling in her fiesta dress. And I think this was the last picture taken of the red leather couches in the den. (RIP–they are on their way to Flo-Rida with Emma Jane.)
So long, University of Tennessee.
Jessie, Lindsey, I went to Tomato Head to celebrate being done with classes. Our waiter’s shirt said “leave Lindsey a-Lohan” and I treated myself to pizza. We also snapped some solo shots of us with our “I’m done with college and I’m excited about it” faces. And no, my tongue is not pierced in this picture.
Emma’s big move.
This picture was taken right before we dined like queens. Thanks to the Brooks, we ate shrimp, chicken, and steak–all cooked on the grill. I don’t think my body has seen that much protein all year. It was bitter sweet–celebrating her graduation and also knowing she would be moving the next day. I walked through college with this girl from day one. I’m so thankful she’s my friend and I’m so excited for her as she embarks on this new, big-girl adventure!
Welp, I’m walking across the stage tomorrow bright and early. Wish me luck. Maybe I’ll wear a Superman costume under my robe like Grantlyn McCartney.