So Sunday. We went to church, had our first prayer team meeting, had our regular Impact Team meetings, and then we played Capture the Flag with water balloons! It was super fun and a great way to build community.
Monday was a very relaxing day. I did not really do anything until we had pizza as a Project that night, and then we had our first meeting without staff. It went well, and I learned a lot.
Tuesday was my first campus day without staff. I went sharing with my roommate Katelyn and we had several good conversations, and then we had a great Action Group that night (complete with delicious food cooked by our new Action Group leader, Jaz).
Wednesday I went sharing again, but I also had D time with my discipler. Jaz is also my new, student discipler, and I took a few pictures from the West Terrace where we had D time.
That night, we had the weekly Encouragement meeting with a new Optional Prayer Meeting afterward. Both of these events were lead by the Prayer Team.
Thursday was my final campus day for the week. I went sharing with Katelyn and then Amanda. Amanda and I met this other Christian group on campus while we were out, and we stopped by their "Bible Talk" that afternoon as well. For dinner, we went as a Project to Taste of Chicago.
I had a footlong Corndog for dinner.
My friends had BBQ pulled pork from the same place.
Our weekly meeting also went well without staff. And today I have spent the entire day Skyping my sister. It's been fun. And we have officially made it through our first week on our own!
Other than that, I finished my commissioned hat this week!
this pattern, I used Heather Grey Red Heart yarn and it took me about four days. I made it for my friend Beachball (his real name is Tyler, but his last name is Beachy so he goes by Beachball). If you would like to see more pictures of the finished project or read my notes, you can visit my Ravelry page.
this dishcloth. If you click the pattern page, you can see that I've taken several liberties. I used a different weight yarn, a different hook, and added a border, but overall I love the way that it turned out. If you would like to see more pictures, or read more closely what I did to create this dishcloth, you can visit my Ravelry page.
So that's the CSP12 update this week! I really enjoyed linking up with FO Fridays today as well.
Until next time!