Friday, June 09, 2006
After a wet and wonderful graduation ceremony, with a solid D+ speech from Dean Light (there's grade disclosure for you!), we hung out at the reception for a while before heading back for a pre-dinner nap. We had dinner at Ristorante Fiore, the site of our first North End dinner over admit weekend over two years ago. After a delicious and enjoyable dinner I decided that yes, it is hard to be me.
I've decided to end my blogging career, at least for the time being, with this business school blog. Sadly enough there won't be a BCG (oops, I let it slip!) or Chicago blog forthcoming. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did, the last two+ years have really been something special. I hope to wrap this up with a table of contents, but this could be The End. As Tex would say, Good bye, and good luck!
Thursday, June 08, 2006
- You are claustrophobic
- You might not even attend graduation if it weren't for the fact that your family is in town
- It's cold and sprinkling/raining
- You were up late the night before
- You're hungover
Monday, June 05, 2006
Ironically, the two classes that I thought I struggled through the finals were my best grades, while the two "easier" finals were not as good. It would be kind of a nice end to my HBS experience to wind up with some sort of honors.
Sunday, June 04, 2006
Jie and I drove back into Boston today with A&A from a sectionmate's wedding reception in NYC. The reception was at the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center and was a fantastic event. The food was great, I got to drink Sam Adams again after having none in Texas, and we got to hang out and dance with several people we haven't seen in a month. As they say, a good time was had by all.
This week should be a busy one. Graduation week activities commence tomorrow, culminating with commencement on Thursday. After that we'll spend the weekend hanging out with Jie's parents (at the cape?) and then the movers come on Monday. Amidst all this other activity I need to get preapproved for a mortgage and tie up other random loose ends in Boston. The tying up of this blog will probably occur after we get back to Texas on June 16th.