Columbus Adventure with Peer Leader Group

My peer leader group went to Chop Shop for our Columbus Adventure. This delicious, classic burger restaurant is a place every OSU student needs to visit. Fast service and amazing food equals the perfect combination! I enjoyed this experience with my peer leader group because we got to know each other a lot more. It’s amazing how much you don’t know about someone even though they live right next door! The people in my peer leading group this semester weren’t even in my class last semester, and I love making more friends, so I really enjoyed this Columbus Adventure. I would highly recommend Chop Shop to anyone who hasn’t tried it yet. I will definitely be back!

Artifacts #1 & #2

Artifact #1

Pictured in the photo above are some of my favorite people from back home. My mom works in the MH room at my high school; therefore, I spent so much time with these kids. They truly do know how to make me smile. These kids have had a huge impact on what career field I want to go into. I enjoy being around them, as well as helping them, which is why I am choosing to pursue a career in occupational therapy. This “artifact” describes who I am as a person simply by showing my compassion for people with, or without, a disability.

Artifact #2

Something that I’m involved in at Ohio State is H2O church. Back home, I wasn’t consistent in going to church and didn’t enjoy the way my church did things. During my second week living in Columbus, a few of my friends and I decided to go try H2O church and we loved it! Sunday service truly does help me get ready for the week! Being away from home is super hard on me, but being apart of an amazing church makes me not feel so alone. This “artifact” describes who I am by showing the importance of continuing my story with Jesus in college.