If you can guess which house I we were in, ten extra points for you.
After three solid years of being a collegiate member of Delta Gamma, I graduated and 'left sorority' life in the past, one of the hardest things I've ever done. No one ever tells you just how sad life post
graduation sorority is going to be, it's the pits.
So when my little called inviting me to go with her to our local alumni group Bunco night I figured why not try it out. Being the new kid on the block is hard, all us bloggers had to start somewhere, so you know how it goes.
Am I dressed appropriately? Are they going to like me? Should I bring something? Did I remember to brush my teeth? Are we going to have do to a ritual? Shit do I remember those? I usual freak out before you're the new girl on the block routine.
But when we showed up it was all peachy keen- I had forgotten the whole premise of a sorority is getting girls together for a larger cause to harbor friendships, develop skill sets, and better you as a person, friend, and community member. And you'll make
good best friends out of it.
My first day as a DG I knew no one, and same was true at this event, but they were all my type of people, and we drank wine and played bunco which pretty much knocks the socks out of my usual Wednesday plans (i.e Modern Family and Criminal Minds).
I'm going back next month, we are going to do the Paint and Sip deal. Ifs BYOW (bring your own wine). I can't even wait.