Meet Lily Moe.

Do you ever just meet those people that somehow manage to fit 27 hours of work into a 24 hour day? Y'all, that's Lily. This girl is KILLIN' it. 

She is an almost-college grad who has spent a summer in New York City, spends her week editing, and consumes an astonishing amount of tacos. 

Lil is a communications major and it fits her pretty perfectly because she does not only love communicating, but is pretty dang good at it too. I asked Lily a few questions and her answers speak volumes into the life she leads!

When asked what word would describe this point in her life, she said "Unknown". Don't let that word fool you into thinking this a negative thing though. This girl loves that the Lord knows what's in store for her and although this stage is full of a whole lot of weird new-ness, she finds comfort in the lack of control she has and the immense control God has. 

Through this season of the "unknown", she is learning to be joyful in all situations.

Lily would love to "go sound of music on the world" and backpack through Europe or go do some cultural research in Africa. Another one of her dreams is to write a book. As someone who knows Lil personally, she CAN do all these things, she is one heck of a go-getter.

While her motto is "good vibes only", her life verse is Romans 8:38-39, which is, "For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord."

As an almost-official college graduate, Lily has a few words of wisdom for those about to enter college life. This piece of advice consists of "throw those expectations out the window!" In all honestly, I could not agree with this more. 

She further explained that college is unique for everyone and that if you go in with high expectations, you may be likely to compare what is happening with what you thought would happen. Lily also expressed that regardless of this, the Lord will follow through with His plan and stated, "A little secret for you-- His plan is far greater than your expectations hold."




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