Our last prayer at Naz farm is quite special. We did feet washing. In the Bible, Jesus washed the feet of the Twelve Apostles at the Last Supper (John 13:1–15), the night before his Crucifixion. Feet washing therefore symbolizes humility and the selfless love of Jesus. We received this love from the staff of Naz Farm as well – they reminded us that nobody lives in Naz Farm forever, but anyone is welcome back here anytime. So next time, if I stop by West Virginia and would like a place to stay or a meal, I can always give them a call and they will always open their arms. It was overall a very sweet prayer and felt very blessed to be a part of this community.
Us Villanova kids then rode with Mt. St Mary students on their van to their school, then AG would pick us up from there since the drive is only 2 hours away then. With our luggage, the seats were incredibly tight, but we didn’t mind it too much. We had so much fun! We were playing Would You Rather, singing, and reflecting all way long. For lunch, we stopped at Chick-fil-a, where I found my go-to order: chicken popcorn + lemonade + yogurt parfait.
Mount St. Mary is beautiful. It reminds me of the structure at Villanova somehow… I just struggled to comprehend the idea of having a human as a mascot there. Anyway, Our friends at the Mount were very kind to show us around and took us to the restroom so we can be prepared for the 2-hour drive ahead. AG was also very kind as she bought Crumbl. cookies for our friends and us!
After getting back, I unpacked, did laundry, vacuumed + cleaned the floor, then went to Bam Bam for dinner with KF and my brother. The food was comforting and delicious. KF and I ended the night by visiting B at D’s house. We watched movies till 3 AM…