I realize that spring break ended over a week ago, and yes, I'm just now getting around to blogging about it. This past week back at school has been very hectic: full of tests and quizzes and sickness on my part. It really makes me long for another break, but I just keep reminding myself that there is only a month and a half left of this semester. I really can't believe that my first semester of college is nearly over. I feel so young and so old at the same time. It's an interesting concept: I'm expected to make adult decisions, but I'm really not an adult. I'm only nineteen. Thankfully, I have God and many godly actual adults to guide me and give me council.
But back to spring break. That was the whole purpose of this post, wasn't it?
I spent the first few days at home. I had the bright idea to go take pictures in a field with a banjo. Why? Frankly, I'm not sure. I got cut up by the grass and a bit muddy, but it was totally worth it. I wish I could fluently play the banjo. It's such a fun instrument.
It was nice to just be home! The next few days I spent at a minister's retreat. It wasn't the most exciting thing ever, but it was nice to get away and be on the lake. And I got to meet H. B. London from Focus on the Family. I must admit that was pretty cool. And the crazy thing is: it snowed. It was beautiful to watch those fat flakes fall from the sky. Thankfully, it warmed back up to nearly 80 degrees a couple days later.
I then spent the next few days at home again just resting. I was sick, so it was nice to just do nothing! My dad did take me out to a local trout farm for a fish dinner. We had fun taking pictures of each other along the way. And the fish was soooo good.
Spring break was a wonderful retreat. <3