|Cardigan: c/o Indressme Tank: Pacsun Jeans: American Eagle Sandals: Philippines Bag: c/o Yeswalker|
My usual array of spiked accessories kept my outfit from being too boring. Seriously, how sick are these sandals? I discovered them while shopping the open air markets in the Philippines, and I'm so glad I found a pair that fit my large feet! Haha, that's such a struggle while shopping for shoes there. Nobody has anything for size 9!
This outfit is just a casual look with some of my favorite items. This new bag is from Yeswalker, and I cannot adequately describe how much I love it. The satchel style and tan color make my heart sing! Plus, its roomy enough to fit my college books and notebooks comfortably.
Also, every time I wear this fair isle print cardigan, I get compliments on it. Its just so eye catching in its design. Paired with a bright pop of coral, I felt more upbeat throughout the day.
So yesterday, I went to Chi Alpha for the first time, and I think I'm going to start attending regularly. Its a worship group for college students that want to meet together in fellowship. I cannot tell you how long its been since I met in a setting like that with other Christians. My faith has always been a deeply personal one, and while I'm not the most "in-your-face" Christian type, I'm not ashamed to let others know about it. In fact, when I typed up my bio while running for Senate, I was told by quite a few people that my bold statement about my faith caught their attention. It wasn't particularly bold either - I just mentioned that Christ's strength is what allows me to continue smiling in the face of challenges. However, in today's society, I suppose that is a strong statement. Not many people go around talking like that anymore, huh?
Ah well. Lets just say, its uplifting to be together with other people my age who share a common faith. Although we may express it in different ways, our hearts are striving towards the same, overall goals.
Now to update you on the Cowboy....
I've pretty much stopped replying to his texts. So far, I've accumulated 5 texts from him that I haven't answered:
1) Good morning
2) Good mornin (sent 5 minutes later, as if to ensure I received it)
3) What u up to?
4) How was school?
5) Good morning
Okay, seriously? I suppose I should send a text explaining that I'm not interested but...I'm hoping he'd pick up a hint. We're practically strangers!
You don't need to text a girl good morning every freaking day!
That their hearts may be encouraged, being knit together in love, to reach all the riches of full assurance of understanding and the knowledge of God's mystery, which is Christ