Returning To Liberty University, As Explained By Grey's Anatomy
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Returning To Liberty University, As Explained By Grey's Anatomy

We're getting back into the LU groove as our time away dwindles down.

Returning To Liberty University, As Explained By Grey's Anatomy
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Whether you are a counselor at a camp, a group member on an international missions trip, a receptionist at a local business, or an intern at a business or church, the day we have all truly been waiting for has almost returned. The first day of Fall Semester 2016 at Liberty University. Here are some exciting things to look forward to again while we all start preparing for our return to LU, as explained by Grey's Anatomy.

1. Finally Reuniting With Your People

We all tried doing our own thing for a few months...but now we can admit that we really just want to be back in the Burg, doing life together.

2. Receiving Free T-Shirts at Sporting Events

You can not deny that you have gone to an LU Game just to get the free least once. Maybe twice. May the odds that the t-shirt turret shoots in your direction be ever in your favor.

3. Ring By Spring

We are also ready to start watching girl after girl get that Ring by Spring and that Bae by May.

4. Tri-Weekly Cleanliness Checks

For the non-commuters, we might not be super-stoked for the days that we wake up late and neglect to make our beds or take out the trash...

5. Bonding With Siblings

Another aspect of Liberty University to look forward to getting back to is the fun bonding experiences between the brother and sister dorms.

6. New Friends

We may have to do some convincing, but I am sure we can persuade our new dorm-mates and classmates to be our people.

7. It's All About Perspective

We still have time to get back into the right mindset. Hopefully we will not have to resort to the "C's get degrees" motto that we all know too well.

8. The Beginning

The first day of the semester, when we all still have hope for our mental, spiritual, and physical health...

9. The End

Versus the last day of the semester, when we start thanking the Lord that Domino's delivers and that there are 50% off deals after midnight.

10. Decrypting Demoss

With only four weeks left, we should probably start studying our maps of Demoss so we can more effectively avoid getting lost in our hurriedness to get to class.

11. Experiencing God's Grace

What we are all really looking forward to is getting back into the spiritual aspect of Liberty and seeing the healing powers of *God's* love through Convocation, Campus Community, and everything else we have the privilege of being part of as the Liberty Flames.

We only have a few weeks left until we come from around the country and around the world back to little ole' Drenchburg to conglomerate into the wonderful student body that we are. Stay safe out there, and try to contain your LU excitement.

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