After a week of Birthdays, Graduations, Graduation, Birthdays I am back in Indy and starting my 4th month of service as a VISTA.
I have a lot to be thankful for, all the family that attended my graduation, the congratulations I received, the education I ‘officially obtained’, and the opportunity to continue to learn everyday as VISTA.
I'm really bad at writing thank you notes that don’t sound generic, boxed, and plain. This is probably because I ‘luv’ cliques.
There really is an art to writing the perfect thank you, and working in development I feel like I write an awful lot of thank you’s so I really hope that I’m improving in some way. I just sent one out to one of the sponsors for the Bill of Rights Celebration; it included pictures of the event and everything. Ooo doesn’t that sound glamorous.
All my grad thank you’s are going out in the mail tomorrow and I truly appreciate everyone who’s supported me through my 3.5 years of college as well as everyone who listens to my experiences in Indianapolis. I wouldn’t be here without you!
I am serving as an Americorps VISTA for the next year in Indianapolis, Indiana at Girls Inc of Indianapolis. I moved from Colorado after finishing a my degree at Colorado State University. I am doing VISTA to give back to the community and learn about non-profit organizations. I am excited to be spending the year serving people and hope that this blog with give readers a little bit of insight about my experience.