October 25th - Phil Wickham & Tenth Avenue North

Drove 5 hours to Cedar Falls with Trang and Annie. 

Pre-Concert Selfie!


Q & A with Tenth Avenue North!

Phil Wickham was amazing. He has a voice of Elvis mixed with angel. When he sang Heaven's song. UGHHH SO BEAUTIFUL.

Tenth Avenue North is amazing we every time them. They have such a strong message. They started with the beginning of their journey as a band to where they are now. 

Sorry I don’t have more pictures/videos, I was wayyy into the concert to have my phone out. 

Moments to forever remember: 

Mike rapping Fresh Prince of Belair

“Haters gonna hate, hate, hate?"

LOSING and JUST GETTING BY are my favorite songs ever and they did awesome twists to the song live! 

“First we want you to know the love of God is over you and underneath you. At the heights of your purity, He went higher. At the depths of your depravity, He went lower. He brings down the proud and lifts up the broken. His love is here. He is by your side. He holds your heart through thick and thin, joy and pain, gain and loss. There is nowhere you can go where He is not. May that get in you. May the light meet the dark. May you realize you are more than your mistakes. He is strong enough to save you, and you don’t have to save yourself. Which means, among other things, you can take your masks off and let the light in. This is where the healing begins. There is healing from trying to prove yourself, freedom from trying to be your own savior, and freedom to admit your struggles. After all, we are free to struggle, but we’re not struggling to be free. And if you get that, then you can begin to be honest. You can admit you feel like losing. You can open up when you feel worn. And best of all, as Philippines 1:30 reminds, we can struggle together. 


Made in the image of the trinity, we are made for community. We are made to bear each other’s burdens. We are made to reflect the joy and otherness of the divine relationship. We weren’t meant to live this life alone. “No man is an island,” John Donne famouly mused, and so that is our hope. We pray this collection of songs would lead us off our islands of isolation and help us sail by the stars of God’s promises to the shores of communion. Together, we will taste and see God for who He is, and as we do so, we will become his cathedrals to the earth. We will become the dwelling place of His spirit and a sanctuary for sinners. 

In other words, wherever you go, if you are in Christ, you bring Him with you. There is no such thing as a secular place, because wherever you are, you have the sacred inside. All the earth is holy ground. May you feel the weight of His glory with every step you take, for we are His cathedrals.”

-Mike Donehey

So excited for their new album to come out!

We got back at 3am. We had some serious jamming on the way back.


                                                TENTH AVENUE NORTH RETWEETED AT ME!!!!!


October 23rd & October 24th - Fall Break

October 23rd

I woke up at 7 am to go to Dunkin’ Donuts with Trang.

It was worth it. 

Then Panera lunch date with Lily! 

October 24th

Brian made one of my favorite lunches with fries and peach pie! It was delicious!!!! 

Look at this photogenic dog! 

October 21st - Fall Break Photoshoot

Today was a beautiful day outside. 

Tiffany and I decided to do a photoshoot. These are my favorite photos and edits. 

If you manage to get to the end of this post, you may get a surprise :)

                                                                        Some things never change 


October 11th - Omaha Zoo


We went to the zoo and had a blast. 

                                                                                                                         WHAT A CUTIE. 

                                                                                     strike a pose

We went on the skyfari! Our shadow and Ostrich eggs. Perf picture. 

Animals are the coolest thing ever.

Ended our date with NoCo! 

I had dinner with my FLP family and then we went to Ted and Wally’s. My parents are so awesome! :)


October 10th - In Living Color: Andy Warhol

It’s okay to go to a museum by yourself. People will give you weird looks. They will question what you’re doing. You may be the youngest person there. BUT you get to take as much time as you need to look at a piece of art! There is nothing like walking around and enjoying the surrounding. To just immerse yourself in the culture of a museum. 

Today was the member’s opening to In Living Color: Andy Warhol & Cometmporary Printmaking. I went by myself because I wanted to (and my roommate was busy). I got there in time for the curator to give a lecture. She talked about what artists she choose for the exhibit and how she wanted the set up for the prints to be. It was so interesting to learn about the behind the scenes of getting an art exhibit.

Art is fascinating to me. Seeing so much color, passion, freedom, and expression in Warhol and other artists pieces is amazing. I understand that it seems like Warhol’s artwork is simple and sometimes looks like a 5 year old did it. He started something new with his pieces. He made everyday things stand out and have life. He also planned out the details in his art. Almost all of the details are intentional. I could never be able to do what he did, even the simple pieces. One of my favorite Warhol pieces is the Sunset collection. Where he used one sunset and made 160 different color combinations with it. It’s like magic and beauty all in one. I even got a mini poster of a Sunset for my room!

If you have time check out the exhibit at the Joslyn Art Museum! In Living Color is open til January! 

                                                                    “I like boring things” - Andy Warhol

I bought a Van Gogh book. NO SHAME. I can now look at Starry Night Over the Rhone as much as my heart desires. 

After Josyln, I went to dinner and Target with Libby and Emma. We had a blast at Foodruckers! These girls are amazing. Inside and out. And just amazing everywhere. 

                                                               THE MILKSHAKE WAS SO GOOOOOOD


That was pretty much my day! I hope all is well and life is good for you. Til next time! :)

FLP 30 Day Challenge

I’m in the Freshman Leadership Program (FLP) and our RA challenged us to the 30 day FLP challenge. Here is my pictures!

September 3rd: A picture with your roommate

We got free snowcones on campus!

September 4th: At Skutt Shutdown

That time there was a llama outside my dorm building. 

September 5th Your home state: 

We all know I love Nebraska too much to leave. 


September 6th: A picture from the FLP Kick-Off


September 8th: A goal for the semester

Gain the freshman 15

September 9th: An Ellen selfie

Polaroid Version

September 11th: What Creighton means to you

Creighton is home. Creighton means living with my best friend. Creighton means being part of FLP. Creighton is being in the place where I belong <3

September 19th: What you miss from home

I miss my family. I miss my dog. 

September 20th: In Iowa and Nebraska at the same time

With Trang and Lewis

September 21st: Game Day 

With Annie and Billy the Bluejay!

September 22nd: Of your room

September 24th: Creighton Squirrel

I found him outside my workstudy. INAMEDHIMCARL.

September 28th: Omaha

The view outside my room at night. 

September 29th: First friend you made on campus

Obviously it was the roomie. 

October 2nd: Best part of Creighton so far!



© Ayet Nguyen 2016