Post CIV Life
Coming into junior year, one thing that the majority of us have celebrated is the fact that we don’t have to worry about Western Civilization, aka Civ. There are those few brave souls who do end up having to take Civ their junior year, but we are all here for you and are ready to watch you succeed.
Even though we don’t have the stress of Civ on our shoulders anymore, that doesn’t mean we aren’t just as stressed or busy. For me personally, I feel like I’m even more busy in my post-civ life.
For education majors, there are tons of projects, presentations and lesson plans to be done.
For nursing, it’s the start of those early morning clinicals and endless nights studying about the right dosages.
For music majors, there are those countless hours of practicing and making sure you know your repertoire for your recital.
The list could go on and on.
Even though we, upperclassman, get to celebrate the end of Civ, we get to experience the busyness of what our majors really entail. Which in the end, is a pretty great thing because we get to start diving into what God has called us to do. After all, Civ wasn’t as bad as we all cracked it up to be. I mean, we “civived,” didn’t we?