Second Semester, As Told By The Chrisley Family
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Second Semester, As Told By The Chrisley Family

Otherwise known as the sassiest family south of the mason-dixon line.

Second Semester, As Told By The Chrisley Family
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Ah, second semester. Where at some point you will say to yourself "this will be my semester" only to end up being exactly as you expected.

1. When you decide on a power outfit to wear your first day back on campus...

2. ...but inevitably feel 10 times more dressed up than everyone else in the class.

3. When buying textbooks and every required text is, at least, $100.

4. All too soon, your first paper is due.

5. And you're doing great until writers' block hits.

6. So you decide to put it off because it's not due for another three weeks.

7. With all of your new free time, you may pick up a new hobby or two.

8. And then all of the sudden it's the eve of the due date, and you finally decide to begin writing your paper.

9. And the next think you know, you've made it to spring break!

10.You get back from spring break only to realize you don't have another break until finals week is over.

11. At some point, someone will mention student loans or how much it costs to go to this school.

12. When the dining center closes before you have the chance to eat dinner and the panic sets in that you're too broke to order pizza.

13. Finally, you survived the two months leading up to summer break, and the only thing stopping you is finals week.

14. Finally, you turn in your last exam and you're home free...after you pack up everything you ever own.

15. Now you're all packed up, ready to sleep for the next 48 hours, and then you're off to making bank this summer to pay for another amazing year at the school you love.

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