This has been one of the most amazing months of my entire life. And that might even be an understatement. But it was not easy getting to a point where such a statement would be qualified.
To start, the days leading up to Dinner at Davidson were some of the most draining I have ever experienced. Running around trying to tie all of the loose ends and get everything in order really took the wind out of my sails. By Friday morning I was feeling really under the weather. To make matters worse, I had a take home exam due at noon the next day – the day of the event.
By Friday evening I finally felt comfortable leaving the remainder of the preparations to our amazing silent auction team and I headed out to go study for my exam. At 3 a.m. I felt myself fading fast and decided that the studying would have to be cut short. I opened the exam, and got started.
At 5 a.m. I finished the exam, sealed it, and dropped it in my professors mailbox. I then went over to the Lilly Gallery to take a peak at the location where our event would be held hours later.
Soon I was in my bed and sound asleep. But that did not last long. Continue reading