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APO Regional's 2017 and my "spark"
This past weekend I attended the Regional Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. This was my first APO conference I had attended and with the ups and downs of it all, I can safely say I regained my spark for APO. I joined APO when I first came the college and went through the pledge process in fall of 2016. I was so overwhelmed by love and brotherhood and I absolutely loved it all. During the year I knew I had a strong love for it, but I never thought I had that "spark" that everyone always seemed to talk about. It wasn't until the Give Kids the World breakout trip after the 2016-2017 school year that I truly understood what it was like to have a spark lighted in your soul. The inspiring and beautiful experience and hope I received from Give Kids the World is something I could talk about for hours, but that's a story for another time. My spark had been ignited and it burned brighter every time I talked or thought about GKTW and APO. Throughout the summer though, I began to feel the absence of APO and I drifted away. I reassured myself that it was because I was just away from it all and my spark would surely be there when I came back to campus in the Fall of 2017. It was not. As school started to build up and the stress of life came into play, I found myself drifting even farther from APO. I thought my spark had been diminished. I thought the special place in my heart that was reserved just for APO, had been crushed by everything else going on in life. When I heard about Regional's I knew I wanted to go because I had missed Nationals and Sectionals the year before. As it approached, I grew weary of going. Would I feel even more disconnected with APO then I already was? Was there a chance at regaining my spark at Regional's? The first day of Regional's came and went, with not much happening, and my questioning came to the front of my mind. I loved APO with all my heart, but life seemed to always be getting in the way and I couldn't focus on APO as much. Then Saturday of Regional's came. I don't know what it was about the day, the bond I formed with some brothers through new memories and inside jokes, the incredible Spark workshop, or just the feeling and energy of it all, but by the time I was driving home Sunday afternoon, I knew my spark was back. All I wanted to do was talk about APO and talk with my brothers. I felt my spark reignite and I am so grateful for it. It made me feel so much more connected to my brothers and APO as a whole, and it made me feel confident to even post a blog about it. I have always loved writing, and I am glad I got a chance to write about my spark experience. Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed!

LFS,

Nora Sabo
Posted by Nora Sabo on November 15, 2017 at 10:30pm