Tuesday, April 7, 2009

I miss my ESA ladies!!!!!

So I had a fabulous time at Relay for Life. It was so great catching up with all the ESA ladies. Its fun how our conversations have changed over the past year. I went to dinner with Lindsey, Natalie, and Whitney and instead of talking about classes and stuff we mostly talked about being an adult and relationships. We all are in different stages in our lives when it comes to relationships and we laughed the whole time over common experiences and the how boys are crazy sometimes. I had a ball!

Fab Four Relay for Life 2006

Fab Four Relay for Life 2009

Then it just got better at Relay. There was lots of screaming and hugging as we greeted each other. We all agreed that it is very weird to realize that we don’t know most of the girls in ESA anymore. The new girls were all giving us the ‘Who is that?” face and “Why are they wearing our letters”. It’s weird because we just wanted to say “They were our letters before they were your letters”, but instead we just met as many as we could and caught up with each other. It’s amazing how much I miss those girls. I guess when you spent every Tuesday of your college career with the same people you get a little attached. It was wonderful and we need to start planning our next ESA reunion. I’m thinking the beach, who’s in?!?!?!


  1. I am totally in! I miss all of you ladies too. It really stinks being so far away. Celia, Robyn, Katie and I have all been talking (separately) about me coming for a beach weekend. We should plan something big. Rent a huge beach house that has like 50 billion rooms. (Ask Andy about the one we stayed in with the Abels, it was ginormous!)

    Anywho, I better get back to work. I just get distracted by the new posts! :o)

  2. I'm so with Kate and definitely was going to post the saaaame thing!!!! And I totally agreed with everything about the new girls... but whatever, I think their faces were more "who are those ESA legends??" And the screamy hugs were pretty amazing, too. :)



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