Yep I'm Alive...... //Telling y'all about the only thing I've done worth mentioning\\


I disappeared off the face of the earth for a bit.....

I suppose an apology is due right about now?

But yeah, school got really hectic since it was the end of the semester and guess who completely lost her mind for a week?


Why would you guess that?

But tis true.

Anyways, HOPEFULLY I'll get back on top of blogging but we shall see.

I haven't been doing much except for the usual school, violin, and dance, BUT, I DID DO SOMETHING SUPER EXCITING LAST MONTH THAT I GUESS I'LL TELL YOU TO GIVE SUBSTANCE TO THIS POST

I went.....






I'm just gonna go through my visit day by day (ish) XD

Wednesday {January 16th}

I flew out from a local airport at around 7:30 to Charlotte. There my gate was on the OTHER SIDE of the airport from the gate where I landed -_- so just picture me walking across that airport with Starbucks and Burger King in hand. From Charlotte, I flew to Harrisburg where my best friend picked me up and we went to her house.

Thursday {January 17th}

We drove to DC! When we got to the hotel (which was named "The MODG Hotel" by us crazy modgers), we freaked out every time we saw someone we know. Guys, this part was AMAZING. I'd only met two of my amazing modg friends, but here I met SOOOOOO many more and let's just say that there was a lot of hugging and screaming. Then we went and got ready for the MODG Prom! The dance was also AMAZING! It's hard to explain how great it was! The table I sat at was the "RAAC" table and I was told that we were the loudest table.......We were laughing a lot xD. After the dance, we went back to the hotel and the after party commenced.

this is a picture of the whole dance! 

MoDG class of 2020!

Pope Leo XIII NHS Chapter!

The RAAC <33

the after party xDDD

Friday {January 18th}

After breakfast, we talked with peoples for a while before heading over to where the rally was. Oh my goodness, the rally itself was an amazing experience! If you didn't see it, I would really recommend that you go and watch it! We were standing with the MODG group, and we had hats that had our school colors and we also had a banner. After the rally, we stood in the street for about an hour while waiting for the March to start. While that could have been totally boring it was not because I was with my amazing friends (it's hard to describe them with any word that is not amazing). When the March started, we were in a "train" and that was so so so great xD. Marching in the March was an experience that I will never forget. To see so many people marching for those who cannot march was amazing! It was so peaceful and the people were great! Unfortunately, we did march at one point next to these "pro-lifers" who were awful! They were pro-life, but they were not peaceful. They were extremely anti-Catholic and kept telling us that we were going to hell. Their signs said that the abortion doctors were also going to hell (which they might if they don't repent). But it was interesting because marching right behind us was a seminary and their banner was about God's mercy, and you could really see the difference between us peaceful marchers and those other ones. But yes, I did do the whole March and after that, we went back to the hotel and hung out till 1 in the morning :P We were low-key stalking each other as we had a "photo battle" which was basically get the randomest pictures of people xD

the MoDG group!

another one! 

me and my fwends <3333


Saturday {January 19th}

We went back to my friend's house on this day. I cried so much saying goodbye to various people. I've never cried so much in public and I'M TEARING UP JUST THINKING ABOUT IT GAH

The rest of the days were spent at my lovely friend's house and those days were so much fun! We chatted so much with our peoples that we had left and it was amazing! I went back home on Tuesday the 22nd, and cried in front of my whole gate #noshame

Anyways, that was my March 4 Life experience. I will hopefully be more active and organized from now on, but no promises xD (and just know that I started out with 200 pictures on my camera roll when I went to DC and came home with over

~ Ceci


  1. Ahhhh, I'm so excited you got to go! I was hoping I could, but it didn't work out this year :( But, hey! It looks like you had a pretty great time! :D Definitely jealous.

    1. You should really try to go one year! It is an amazing experience! And yes! I had an AMAZING time!!!

  2. Wow, Ceci, I am reading your post, and literally the saddest piano music starts playing as I read about you saying goodbye to everyone xD Great post, as usual, my friend! :D

    1. Lol, that's so funny for some reason! THank you!

  3. Sounds like fun!! I have some friends who went to the M4L this year, but I still haven't gone...

    1. It was a lot of fun! You should really go one year!

  4. Oh my gosh, I’m so glad you got to go! That’s awesome! I sadly wasn’t able to make it (dang, I knew I was missing out on something XD), but maybe next year! Awesome post!

    1. Aww! Too bad you weren't able to go! YES YOU SHOULD GO NEXT YEAR!!


    I really want to go to The March for Life one day, maybe I'll try to organize something with my church, because we should go. :)

    1. AH IT WAS!!!

      You should really try to go! It was so amazing and powerful!

  6. That must have been an amazing experience. <3

  7. Wow!!! So glad you got to the March! You are forgiven for being absent for so long :) And school reunions are the best!

    1. Haha, thank you xD And yes, it was soooooooooooooooooooooo amazing to meet all these people!!!

  8. I was at the March this year! I heard that it was the largest one in a long time, so that brings me hope. :)
    My group had about 100+ teens in it and we all wore yellow sweatshirts (to symbolize joy) and had these huge banners with "Life is Beautiful." It was sooo fun. :D
    That's so cool that you do MODG! I have a couple of friends who are doing/did that program.


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