And...also on the 2nd page:
Also on their website:
All because I helped coordinate the Peace Paper Project's visit to our campus to work with our student veterans. It was pretty awesome - people have recognized me. Its kinda odd, they will be talking to me for 5-10 minutes and then say "hey, was that you that was on the cover of the newspaper?" I'm not going to lie - I like it!!
And there is more...March was Women's History Month. I probably should have posted about that earlier in the month, but well life got in the way. Anyway, I was delighted to be invited to attend two of FSU Women's History Month events! The first was a Women in the Workforce Panel. I was invited to be the speaker to represent women in the military. Here I am, all dressed up for the event:
It went well. I certainly think that being a good panelist comes with practice! But overall it was a success and I think the young ladies that attended got something out it, and that was the whole point, right?
The next night I was invited to the Ladies Legacy Banquet!! Here I am dressed up for it:
Our program came with a Women for FSU pin:
Which was great, because the day before I was admiring the exact same pin that someone was wearing!! Woo.
Also, I was selected as the Woman Veteran of the Year:
So... as you can see I have really been feeling the love lately!! I am so utterly happy that I chose to come to FSU for graduate school. I am so blessed to have been given so many wonderful opportunities since I have arrived here. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this school. I will forever be a true Seminole!!