Tuesday, April 5, 2016


AOII, ADPI,TRIDELT, DG,KD, and the list goes on and on and on. College comes with many perks and one of them is definitely Greek life. And it so happens that Bama has one of the top Greek life out there. I have always wanted to be in a sorority from all the pics to being able to be apart of a sisterhood that will help me through my four years in a state I've never lived in and people I have never known. Greek life is not for everyone but I'm sure it's for me. The process of joining a sorority can be a little rough. At most schools it's seven days but it's nine at bama. The first three days a normal casual with pretty sandals. The fourth day is when you start wearing wedges and dressing up. The fifth and sixth consist of wedges also and there is a formal day. If I'm not missing anymore the ninth is bid day. Bid Day is when you find out who/where you're sorority/sisterhood is. One of the most exciting days is Bid Day. You find out who your big sis is and they help you through the rest of the recruitment process. Bid day will probably be the most exciting days!

final roommates

The search is officially over. Finally found my three roommates, and I couldn't be happier. We are all from different areas but Shay and I are both from South Florida. She's about an hour away. Next is Morgan she's from Pennsylvania  and we actually look like, which is kinda creepy. Lastly there's Shannon, she was the last one to join our dorm. Shay, Morgan, and I looked for three weeks for our last roomie. Basically had mini interviews for each girl that asked to join our suite. Trust me there's a couple weirdos here and there. But Shannon instintally clicked with us. The only thing is none of the girls are rushing so I'll be alone in our suite for a almost two weeks. Otherwise, none of us can't wait to meet and start decorating our lil suite. We already send each other room ideas 24/7 in our bama roomie  group chat. With all that being said can't wait to move August 3rd and join a sorority!