okay well not really. but now I am officially married to a doctor! I'm so proud of Kamil for reaching this milestone and achieving such a terrific feat. Onward!
It was a whirlwind weekend with both of our families in town. Friday we put plans together and managed to get reservations for Saturday night at a pretty good restaurant for 11 people. After Saturday morning's baccalaureate Mass, we had a quick lunch and then went out to one of our favorite wineries here and it was absolutely gorgeous. The rain clouds appeared just as we were leaving, and we made it back to Arlington in time for Mass at St. Agnes. We had to battle quite the downpour on our way to dinner, but luckily it dried up by the time we all had to go home that evening.
Yesterday's ceremony was pretty simple and short. The speaker was t-e-r-r-i-b-l-e but at least Kamil got out of there with his diploma intact. He returned the overpriced cap & gown and we are DONE with Georgetown forever!! (you can't see how big I'm smiling about that, but believe me, it's big)
Had a great party with family and friends, and by the time we were done we were completely pooped. We thought we would get together with the remaining family for the evening but we were all collapsing in our respective beds so we called it a night.
So we took my parents to the airport this morning and had ironic good-bye's by saying "see you tomorrow." Now we just have to pack things up to leave bright and early tomorrow for the Midwest! I canNOT wait :)