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HAPPY WORLD OSTOMY DAY AMERICA [TOMORROW]

I know myself and IDEAS have been spreading the word since WOD in Canada on Oct 3rd. Now it’s time for the UOAA to do the same over there! I have no doubt they will do a great job :]

A new press release is out for every to share to any media contacts they may have. Just read the post below!

Unfortunately, I wont be around to help spread the word in the States. I’ll be locked down in my sorority house.

I have been planning my sorority- Alpha Gamma Delta’s Formal Recruitment for about 2 months straight now. I can’t believe it’s finally here.

In one of my other blogs I sort of explained the whole deal. It’s pretty much 3 days of girls who want to join a sorority coming and meeting with all the actives and some alumni in all the sorority chapters on campus. By the end of it, we end up with a whole new class of girls that become our sisters.

It is also just one step below being a theatrical production. It is intense, organized, planned, decorated, and rehearsed, all just to impress your audience.

I think my chapter’s pretty impressive, if I do say so myself.

The amount of dedication, cooperation, and excitement in preparation for this weekend has been amazing and now all that’s left is to go through it. I’m not worried though. My sisters have it down. I’m so proud. I love them.

That being said, for the next 48 hours I will be living in the sorority house cleaning, decorating, making, practicing, yelling [well hopefully not], laughing and having fun.

…And then studying for 2 midterms I have on Monday and Tuesday. WISH ME LUCK <3

 

Oh, also. Did you know there’s a WORLD SODOMY DAY? Thanks Wikipedia

 

Jessica Grossman
info@uncoverostomy.org
1Comment
  • Dennis
    Posted at 11:17h, 17 October Reply

    I’m glad somebody else noticed the Wikipedia thing. I was searching for more information about World Ostomy Day and turned to Wikipedia first. Maybe not such a reliable source of information for topics such as these!

    Good luck this weekend, Jess!

    Dennis

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