My "Grown-Up Spring Break" was not a booze filled trip to the beach or cruise like my last 4 years, but it was still awesome. It included buying my first car, sleeping, visiting with family, sleeping, lesson planning (even though it was my week off, I got one little productive hair), sleeping, St. Patrick's Day and my best friend's bachelorette party in Chattanooga.
Take a look! My new car!
I bought my car at Carmax and it was a pretty good place to work with. I sold my old car to them as well and was amazed at what they gave me for that P.O.S! And I was able to buy my car without my dad as a co-signer because my credit was so good. Pat on the back for me. I picked out this 2011 Nissan Sentra. It has a CD player and an iPod player! What am I going to do with all of my cassette tapes!? (Just kidding.)
I also got to spend time with these little nuggets and my cool oldest cousin, Tanya.
|Miss Madelyn, 3 months|
|Miss McKenzie, 1 year 9 months|
The end of my spring break came quick. But, I still had an epic weekend ahead of me. I was headed to Chattanooga for one of my best friend's bachelorette parties which happened to fall on my favorite day... St. Patrick's Day! So I drove my new car halfway across the state for one of the best weekends I've had in a long time. I pretty much think the pictures tell the story. It was so good to see so many of my pledge sisters and for us all to go out.
|Before dinner, Chelsea is in the middle in red!|
|Way to combine St. Patty's Day with a Bachelorette Party!|
|Strawberry Martini at Foodworks....Amazing!|
|My Sigma Kappa sisters after dinner.|
|Green beer on the patio at Sing it or Wing It!|
|Sue and I!|
So even though I was not sitting in the sand this spring break, I was still able to rest, spend time with family, spend some money, and celebrate with my friends. I'll take it with no complaints!