Once again, real life responsibilities get in the way of blogging. I thought I'd have all this free time on my grad-school free week, but regular work stepped up and took over. I'm not actually that busy, but when you fall asleep on the couch at 7:30 pm, it makes the day seem really short.
This past weekend, Eric went to go see Godzilla. I almost went with him, but then I remembered I hate people, movies, sitting upright, and IMAX. Instead, I spent Saturday afternoon running on the NCR trail (read: flat and shady) and shopping at Wegmans.
Sunday was a big day.
It was Eric's graduation from his master's program! Insert long paragraph here about all his hard work and how proud I am that random blog readers don't care about. Don't worry, he doesn't read and I've shared my thoughts with him in person, because we live together and I can do that.
Not only did he graduate - he joined instagram. A big day all around. Feel free to follow him at eric.lindsey.771.
Selfishly, I'm excited about getting to spend nights and weekends with him again. Also selfishly, I'm horribly jealous because I'm still not done with my masters and I started first.
I didn't really need the water, but I didn't feel like buying an overpriced one inside and I'm coming to realize there's an extremely limited time you can actually milk pregnancy to get favors.
Eric's family visited from Ohio for the big occasion and anytime people come from out of state, there's only one way to celebrate. Crab cakes (or actual crab, so technically two ways).
|Photography courtesy of our waitress. You'd think she might have mentioned that my MIL was half hidden.|
I'm an amazing wife, so I designed Eric a shirt on etsy to celebrate his new title and included it in the "relax" gift basket I gave him. The rest of the basket was basically junk food and a massage gift card.
|It's especially great because it has a subtle double meaning.|
Do you enjoy graduations? It was fun going to Eric's, but I think I'm done with them for myself. Apparently I can attend one for my masters degree in August, but I'm heavily leaning towards no.