Wednesday, April 30, 2008

And I'm back...

I took a temporary leave of absence from blogging.. But I'm back.

Anyways, for all of you that don't know, I passed my thesis defense with flying colors. I don't mean to brag.. a lot.. but one doctor on my committee said that I re-set the bar for a master's thesis defense. So, I think I did pretty well.

After that big day last Wednesday, we flew to Utah on Thursday to see my baby sister Julie graduate from BYU. Pretty boring graduation ceremony--both Graham and I read books--but it was nice nonetheless. On Saturday we hung out in Park City and went to the Melting Pot to celebrate the big graduation. I won't describe it in detail, but don't take large groups there. Not fun. They had fabulous dessert, though.. so I'd recommend going there only for that.

Graham played his first softball game on Monday, which was fun.. except for the rain.

So yeah.. I promise to update the blog more now that I'm done with my thesis. I still have a lot more to do until school is done on June 17th, but I'm much less stressed.

FYI, I haven't followed up on the potential job yet, so be patient..

6 comments:

Sarah said...

Fine, I'll be patient. Congratulations on your thesis! That's so great! I'm sure you feel so satisfied. Which I was graduating!

Shewi128 said...

How do you keep commenting on my site and you don't have a blog? Or.. are you hiding it from me?

Julie said...

That's impressive! And exciting! Yay!

Lisa said...

you were in provo and you didn't call?!?!?!??!?!

also, congratulations. you amaze me :)

Mallory said...

whit and i went to the melting pot once and it was so not worth it... except for the dessert. which was sublime.

Darren and Tisha said...

YeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhSherri!!! Good job you master you! I hope Graham has better luck in his games. We've only won one or our 6 games so far. sweet...

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