Jaci Brown is a senior History major. She's in her final semester at ORU and joins us to offer witty, insightful advice into the dating scene.
For me, and probably most other native Tulsans, spring has always been a joyful season.
In fact, it seems that the totality of nature becomes somewhat happier; the temperature is pristine, flowers and trees begin to bloom, even the occasional warm April shower initiates a sense of excitement that entices us to put on some rain boots and hop around in puddles.
It also seems that with this communal participation in seasonal happiness, an alarming amount of new romantic relationships begin to form.
Spring is the period where individuals finally summon the gumption to pursue their romantic interests.