Graduation was so bitter sweet. It’s exciting and wonderful to be done, but so sad that our class is splitting up. I’ll just look at the bright side though and relish in the fact that I NEVER have to take another test. I’m officially tapping out of school.
Laura Lea and Me on Mother’s Day weekend
thankful family could come – and future family, Davids parents came and surprised us! It was great seeing them there and thoughtful of them to come
I graduated with Drew Guyton. Many years ago, Drew’s grandfather sent Al, my grandfather, up to Johns Hopkins for an Interview. That’s where he met Ama and gave her a werther’s caramel to start things off. I think that’s a neat 60 year small world story.
Bob Weems – one of my favorite professors. It was his last year at the law school too. He is awesome and would periodically take us to eat lunch at the University Club – I will miss that!
David came even though it was his bachelor weekend…. I love you.
caps and gowns, ribbons and bows
P I C’s all through law school – every single year, every single class
|Jenny almost had to wear one of my dresses, it was red. She refused to wear it saying: “Lauren, we can’t be in the grove with you in navy blue and me in red.” She also never wanted me to color blue and red together when we were little. haha. I’ll take this opportunity to say, after numerous years at both – I loved the people at each. I plan on ALWAYS cheering for the bulldogs, and ALWAYS cheering for the rebels (because David is upset when they lose….). Will this be acceptable to anyone in Mississippi? probably not… am I still going to do it? yes. So, wherever I go, I’ll be team Mississippi. Maybe I’ll wear White for MSU and Navy for Ole Miss to every game I attend. Those are my favorite colors of each.
|orientation through graduation :: we made it
hope your mothers day was special!