By Danasha Edwards
Miss Virginia Union University 2012-2013
Special to Queen to Queen, Inc.
My responsibilities as Miss Virginia Union University are manageable. I was taught about time management at very young age. Since then, I have used those lessons effectively. Now, I’m starting to prepare for the biggest competition I’ve ever been in , Miss C.I.A.A. I’m super excited about it!
In addition to preparing for the Miss C.I.A.A. competition, I continue to govern my gospel choir rehearsals, bi-weekly community service, speeches, major appearances and engagements, and countless programs as part of my every day life.
Sometimes my significant other takes me away from all the madness that goes on throughout the day. Other times, I hang out with family and friends. Just being around them, I know why I do what I do.
When I return to mi casa (my house), I take care of myself first and then catch up with schoolwork and daily news. Then, I go to bed so I can wake up and start my day all over again.
Read other posts from reigning Queens of Historically Black Colleges and Universities:
- A Day in the Life of Miss Virginia Union University
- A Day in the Life of Miss Dillard University: Part I
- A Day in the Life of Miss Dillard University: Part II – Challenges
- A Day in the Life of Miss Dillard University: Part III – Lessons Learned
- How to Succeed with a Busy Schedule: Tips from Miss Dillard University