I’m currently in NJ at my in-laws for my brother-in-law’s college graduation tomorrow. Not that it matters much in my scheduling, but why does a college think it’s a good idea to have a graduation ceremony on a weekday during working hours? Most parents and important relatives should have no problem getting off work for this occasion, but I still just don’t get it. I’m guessing it’s not going to be a huge graduating class, since it’s only scheduled for about 2 hours, and I’ve never heard of the guest speaker, so hopefully she’s interesting…
After the ceremony activities, we will be going to The Chart House for dinner. I have only been there about 3 times, mostly due to it’s location and the fact that it’s a fairly pricey restaurant. But it’s delicious and holds special meaning for me – it’s where my hubby proposed to me the day after Christmas in 2005, and where we went to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. It’s a beautiful restaurant with an awesome view of NYC. It's located right on the water’s edge of the Hudson River, and is gorgeous at night. They have delicious cuisine and a great atmosphere. So – goodbye diet (for tomorrow evening anyway)! I plan on enjoying every bit of an amazing meal.
So congratulations to Al, receiving his BA in Applied Psychology and minor in Computer Science – best wishes and good luck in future endeavors!
And on a side note, I made myself some new pretties to wear tomorrow too! Look for them to be added soon to my Artfire site (http://www.artfire.com/users/MyStyleCrafts) – but for now, here’s some pics: