If the sight of your sorority house brings you instant joy, welcome to the club. My definition of happiness is seeing my ZTA house, and no- it’s not just because the house is absolutely beautiful.
When I see my house:
- It reminds me of all the wonderful people that have come into my life since I became a Zeta.
- It reminds me that I will never, ever, be alone no matter what happens in life.
- It reminds me that on a campus filled with thousands of people, I have a couple hundred that love me for who I am.
- It reminds me to always be polite and professional. It reminds me to stay motivated and positive while studying for classes and exams.
- It reminds me to try to keep myself as healthy as possible.
- It reminds me to keep myself busy with clubs and organizations, so I can be as involved as possible in college.
- It reminds me to be the best version of myself.
- It reminds me to have a strong work ethic.
- It reminds me that while I’m drowning in classwork, work, and extracurricular activities that I will have a sister checking in on me making sure I have fun too.
- It reminds me that when I’m overwhelmed with life, that I have hundreds of girls ready to devour a bowl of ice cream with- and possibly run to get hushpuppies.
- It reminds me that I have a safe and comfortable place to run away to when I’m having a bad day.
- It reminds me that I have high standards to live up to every second of every day (you are always wearing your letters).
- It reminds me that not only do I have a biological sister, but sisters across campus- and across the country.
- It reminds me that I am apart of something bigger than myself.