I met Nacia (bluglass) at Helios today at 1:00, and we had great conversation over a caramella, a latte, and some humus and pita chips. Life continues to be good.
I wanted to capture these two graduation card sentiments and affirmations:
|Front: Congrats! (multi-colored, glittered lettering)|
Inside: Dearest John,
I know how much this means to you. You deserve the very best and you worked hard to achieve it. I am very proud of you. Also, thought I would throw a little extra "sparkle" your way, as if you need it, my favorite "doll!"
All my love and admiration,
|Front: You're the star!|
Congratulations! Today you are the star. I am so proud of you for pursuing and completing your Master's degree. You are too bright not to have one! Now, you get a short break, then on to a PhD. :-) Every family needs 2 doctors!!
Yes, today you are the star, but always remember that you are a star—a BIG BRIGHT ONE—every day in my life.
Congrats & I love you,
Am I surrounded by the best people in my life, or what? Life is the best.
Robert arrived at around 7:45, and we left for Van's 50th at about 8:30.
It was a fun enough party. Bill and I got to cackling as we usually do, and at one point our cheeks were hurting from laughing too much again.
Once home, Robert and I did last Monday's N&O crossword puzzle. That puzzle is usually just challenging enough, but definitely not what we'd call difficult.