I joined Chi Omega my sophomore year of college, and I am so thankful for the sweet friendships, encouragement, and many adventures it has brought since then. Chi Omega was honestly an answered prayer. Freshman year was a hard year for me to say the least, and I decided to go through the recruitment process on a whim. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but I could feel The Lord gently pushing me towards it, and now I can’t image my college experience without it. I graduate in just a week, and even though Monday night meetings, date parties, and sisterhood events may be coming to an end, I know the friendships I have made aren’t ending. The friends I have in Chi Omega are genuine, real, and push me to be better. They see me at my worst, and love me for it. They have encouraged me to pursue The Lord whenever I run to them with problems. They have brought me flowers and ice cream when I’m sick, and have been a constant source of joy in my good days and bad ones. They never say no to a good road trip or dinner date when we’ve had a long week. Chi Omega was an answered prayer, but even more so the people that Chi Omega led me to were the real answer to prayer.